The prints of Wales come to Lithuania

  • 1998-10-15
  • Paul Beckman
Prince Charles may not be the next Van Gogh, but he paints a pretty picture of his country. Paul Beckman reports from a Vilnius art exhibit."Starving" is a word which commonly enters the minds of the general public when they consider the life an artist leads. As with every stereotype, however, the reality is not always so black and white. Prince Charles, who is better known for drawing crowds of tabloid reporters than pictures, can also apparently paint. While exhibitions of Charles' work are extremely rare, Vartai, Vilnius' first privately-owned art gallery, has his royal prints on displa...
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