An autographed print of the present day King Charles III’s painting of Balmoral Castle of the United Kingdom. It was sold at auction for a price that was 10 times higher than estimates, according to a report from populationRoyal artwork from 2001 is being offered for sale as part of Bonhams’ “The Scottish Home” auction.
Although one of the 100 prints was worth around $675 (Rs.55,000), it was bought for a much higher price, around $6,500 (Rs.53 lakh).
King Charles III prints are up for auction! Shows Balmoral Castle in Scotland. The King, who at that time was the Crown Prince, was painted in 2001. pic.twitter.com/KV37iLLxtF
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as cited by CNNCommenting on the pre-auction bid, Hamish Wilson, a senior appraiser at Bonhams, said: “During my time as a bidder I have never seen a large commission bid filed before the auction. I think that speaks for itself.”
“I don’t think I’ve seen so many presales before. So I’m afraid a lot of people here are very disappointed when they don’t buy this,” he added.
King Charles inscribed 2001 with a pencil on a painting which is sold with a certificate. The painting depicts Balmoral Castle. which is the Scottish estate where Queen Elizabeth spent her summers in the past. by welcoming many members of the royal family to visit It is also the place where the longest reigning monarch who made history died.
London’s Garrison Church hosted the first comprehensive exhibition of the King’s works earlier this year. Featuring 79 of his watercolor works, there are also outdoor sequences made in Scotland, France, Africa and elsewhere.
By shop, in the display panel of the exhibition King Charles, 73, said he started painting because he found photography, which was Queen Elizabeth’s passion, to be “less than satisfying”.