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Unique! See Prince William, Prince Harry and portraits of other family members from the royal family

Speed News Desk | Updated on: 4 July 2018, 12:23 IST

Prince Charles shared a unique and intimate look at the British monarchy by displaying previously-unseen portraits of his fellow family members.

Paintings and sketches of Prince William, Prince Harry, and more will go on display at Buckingham Palace as part of the summer exhibit, "Prince & Patron."

The display, which is part of Prince Charles' 70th birthday celebrations this year, will feature over 100 pieces of art he chose from the Royal Collection and his own.

According to the Royal Collection Trust, the participating artists are all supported by his charities.

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Among the sketches of the Duke of Cambridge and Duke of Sussex, made by Nicky Phillips, who was commissioned by the National Portrait Gallery to do the first double portrait of the brothers.

Her oil-painted drafts, which are already uncannily similar to the princes, portray busts of the duo dressed in regal uniform with the artist's notes scribbled around their faces.

There's also an oil painting of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother (the current Queen's mom) made in honor of Her Majesty and Prince Philip's silver wedding anniversary in 1972. The portrait is by Michael Noakes.

A pencil-on-paper sketch of Prince Philip by Bryan Organ will also appear in the upcoming exhibit. The finished product was ultimately hung in the National Portrait Gallery.

A pencil-on-paper sketch of Prince Philip by Bryan Organ will also appear in the upcoming exhibit. The finished product was ultimately hung in the National Portrait Gallery.

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First published: 4 July 2018, 12:23 IST
 
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