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Old 02-19-2012, 10:02 PM
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I wonder if either of his sons or siblings paint as well? Those painting are really beautiful.
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Old 02-19-2012, 10:48 PM
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Decided to create links for each picture I could -

1. Self-Portrait: http://tinyurl.com/7sk2qzn

2. Sandringham: http://tinyurl.com/78ov4rn

3. Windsor Castle North Face: http://tinyurl.com/7qrar6l

4. Windsor Castle: http://tinyurl.com/89ppmq9

5. Balmoral Winter Scene: http://tinyurl.com/883obhl

6. Hong Kong From HMY Britannica: http://tinyurl.com/8582f7f

7. Greek Island Fishing Boats: http://tinyurl.com/82fx9ce

8. Overlooking Wadi Arkam, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: http://tinyurl.com/7a2ybn6

9. Wensleydale: http://tinyurl.com/86bzoj6

10. Wensleydale from Moorcock: http://tinyurl.com/8xsoqmg
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Old 02-19-2012, 11:00 PM
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Thank you for the individual links, Tyger. I like the Wensleydale views. He's really quite talented.
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Windsor Castle North Face: http://tinyurl.com/7qrar6l

His achievement of light here is splendid. I'd spring for a copy of this one. I think one can buy copies if I read the site correctly.
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Really? That's worth looking into; not everyone can say they have artwork by the Prince of Wales hanging on their walls!
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Really? That's worth looking into; not everyone can say they have artwork by the Prince of Wales hanging on their walls!
What? You've lost me - Its funny? The site says you can buy signed lithographs. Actual works - the originals - are never for sale though it seems the wealthy and famous do get them somehow. Anyhoo - as I do dabble in watercolor myself - that skyscape over Windsor really catches my eye. Wouldn't mind one - I'll hang it next to my Picasso.
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That's what I LOVE about art, everyone sees beauty & talent differently, which is wonderful! I personally like
6. Hong Kong From HMY Britannica: http://tinyurl.com/8582f7f
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Old 02-20-2012, 11:16 AM
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What? You've lost me - Its funny? The site says you can buy signed lithographs. Actual works - the originals - are never for sale though it seems the wealthy and famous do get them somehow. Anyhoo - as I do dabble in watercolor myself - that skyscape over Windsor really catches my eye. Wouldn't mind one - I'll hang it next to my Picasso.
I guess my attempt at humor fell a bit flat. I had meant that if you had one of the POW's artworks on your walls, you could claim that you own something painted by royalty - a bit impressive for family or friends who may not know that Charles paints, copies of his lithos are sold and whom you could tease. Naturally it couldn't be an original, although maybe my Monet won't know the difference!
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Tyger, thank you for the individual links to all the paintings. They're all very well done. I had no idea that you could buy a signed lithographs. Would be delightful to have something painted by royalty in one's collection.
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Old 02-20-2012, 01:21 PM
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Tyger, thank you for the individual links to all the paintings. They're all very well done. I had no idea that you could buy a signed lithographs. Would be delightful to have something painted by royalty in one's collection.
Well, I got a response to my inquiry to the art gallery.

Text: Many thanks for the email.
Please find attached our current price list for the works by The Prince of Wales.
Windsor Castle North Aspect is one of the more expensive works priced at £15,000. We are able to offer spreading of payments if this helps at all.
Do let us know if you have any queries or would like to come in at all to view the works.
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You will notice that my choice 'is one of the more expensive works'. The same happens when I pick out jewelry - anything really.

Its heartening to hear that I could 'spread the payments'. Hmmm.....

Now where is that lottery ticket....when is the full moon?

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I guess my attempt at humor fell a bit flat. I had meant that if you had one of the POW's artworks on your walls, you could claim that you own something painted by royalty - a bit impressive for family or friends who may not know that Charles paints, copies of his lithos are sold and whom you could tease. Naturally it couldn't be an original, although maybe my Monet won't know the difference!
A Monet? Ah, you win. Your Monet outranks my Picasso.
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Old 02-20-2012, 03:54 PM
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Well, I got a response to my inquiry to the art gallery.

Text: Many thanks for the email.
Please find attached our current price list for the works by The Prince of Wales.
Windsor Castle North Aspect is one of the more expensive works priced at £15,000. We are able to offer spreading of payments if this helps at all.
Do let us know if you have any queries or would like to come in at all to view the works.
Warmest wishes


You will notice that my choice 'is one of the more expensive works'. The same happens when I pick out jewelry - anything really.

Its heartening to hear that I could 'spread the payments'. Hmmm.....

Now where is that lottery ticket....when is the full moon?
Yikes! Though I cannot say that I'm surprised at the prices. By the way, I have the same issues when it comes to finding jewelry. My eyes go to the most simple, elegant and expensive pieces. Never fails.
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Ah, well, Tyger and Daria, at least you both have good taste in choosing the more expensive of artwork and jewelry. I fear I also have "beer pockets and champagne taste," as the saying goes, when it comes to luxury items as well!
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I like the painting of Sandringham http://tinyurl.com/78ov4rn done by Prince Charles. The blue of the sky is fantastic!
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I like the painting of Sandringham http://tinyurl.com/78ov4rn done by Prince Charles. The blue of the sky is fantastic!
He really did a wonderful job on that one. Charles has a lot of artistic talent and a keen eye to express it in paintings.
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While he does have some talent, I highly doubt if he was simply Mr. Charles Smith, he would have made it as anything more than maybe a local painter.


I quite like the Balmoral and a few others. I wouldn't mind them on my wall, he definitely has talent. But just not at the get rich and famous as artist level .
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I'm quite sure many people who buy these lithographs do so on account of who painted the originals rather than solely on the basis of the picture itself.

Still, each one is limited to 100 copies and is numbered and signed by Charles himself and it all comes in a rather fancy blue box with gold crest!
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