British artist Jamie Koas in his paintings of Prince William of Cambridge and Catherine of the Duchess of Cambridge in Fitzwilliam. Posing Museum in Cambridge, June 23, 2022.Credits:Paul Edwards / Pool / AFP / Getty Images
This painting will be on display at Fitzwilliam. Three years later, it was lent to the National Portrait Gallery in London in 2023 to commemorate the reopening of the institution.
During the visit, Kate and William met with project supporter Koas and Civil Marshall, the wife of the late Sir Michael Marshall, who, according to the Fitzwilliam Museum, first proposed the idea of portraiture. did.
Coreth described his portrait painting experience as "the most special privilege of my life" in a statement from the museum.
Prince William of Cambridge and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge visit the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge, where the royal couple is painted by an artist. Jamie Koas on an official visit to Cambridgeshire on June 23, 2022 in Cambridge, England. Credits:Paul Edwards / WPA Pool / Getty Images
"I make both of their Highnesses look relaxed. It's friendly, elegant and dignified. "
"The first portrait of them together, especially in the days of the Duchess of Cambridge, I find that the image evokes a sense of balance between their public and private life. I hoped that this work was requested as a gift to the people of Cambridgeshire and I hope it will be as enjoyable as I made it. "