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The king’s first portrait – understanding the image Charles wants to project for his reign

By Gabriele Neher, Associate Professor in History of Art, University of Nottingham
It looks as if many people are “seeing red” when it comes to the first official portrait of King Charles III. Reactions to Jonathan Yeo’s monumental portrait have certainly been mixed.

Fundamentally, this is the most traditional of images. It’s a portrait painted in oil on a monumental scale (it measures nearly seven feet by nine…The Conversation

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