The 64-year-old heir to the throne is known by some for his artistic side, but where does it come from? In this television special, the Prince of Wales explores the history of artists in the Royal Family and looks into some of the best artists in the Royal Family past and present.
The series is due to begin on Tuesday 16th April at 10.35pm on ITV. Presented/narrated by the Prince himself, the documentary was described on its press release, thus: “In Royal Paintbox, the Prince of Wales reveals an extraordinary treasure trove of work by his forebears, many of whom were accomplished amateur artists, and traces his family’s love of painting through the generations. This story is brought to the screen for the first time by award-winning film-maker Margy Kinmonth, who produced and directed Looking For Lowry in the Perspectives strand for ITV.”
Take a look at the preview of the TV special put on the Royal YouTube channel today below.
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