A new portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge has been launched.
Painted by award-successful British portrait artist Jamie Coreth, it was commissioned in 2021 by the Cambridgeshire Royal Portrait Fund, held by the Cambridge Group Foundation, as a reward to Cambridgeshire.
It is the to start with official joint portrait of the few – and involves the use of a hexagonal architectural motif which can be noticed on structures throughout Cambridge.
Customers of the general public will be capable to check out the portrait at the College of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum for an preliminary period of time of a few yrs.
The artwork will then be exhibited in other community areas and galleries around Cambridgeshire.
Even though on display, it will be employed as a means of encouraging little ones and younger persons of all backgrounds from throughout the county to acquire an curiosity in artwork in all its sorts.
The portray will also be loaned to the Countrywide Portrait Gallery for a limited time in 2023 to mark the gallery’s reopening.
Resource: The Sunlight