The couple portrait of Kate and William was painted by Jamie Coreth.
The large painting showing the portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is on display at the Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge.
A.N. Wilson burns down the work of Jamie Coreth.
Art critic A.N. WILSON didn’t mince words when criticizing the first official portrait of Kate and William. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, both 40, were surprised to discover this portrait on June 23, 2022. For A.N. Wilson, the painting which features Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, in an emerald green dress and the Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, in a dark suit is “as dead as a dodo”. This art critic pulled out all the stops when he demolished the portrait of the Cambridges. He finds that this painting does not at all pay homage to Kate Middleton.
Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, 40, is a person full of life capable of cheering up everyone with her sublime radiant smile. According to A.N. Wilson, the painting reduced him from “an animated human being to mannequin status, a beautiful woman to a strangely boring doll.” A.N. Wilson finds the depiction of Kate Middleton in the painting to be “melancholy, slightly irascible and unrecognizable”. But that’s not all because A.N. also found the large painting gave the bodies of mum to George, 8, Charlotte, 7, and Louis, 4, “a rather odd shape inside. of the brilliant green robe”.
Kate and William: the critic attacks the painter of the portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge
The portrait of Kate and William, 40, was commissioned last year. The large painting of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge is serving as a gift for the people of Cambridgeshire, according to the Daily Mail. Besides Kate Middleton’s glistening emerald gown, a diamond brooch of 96-year-old Queen Elizabeth II of England can easily be seen in the painting. According to A.N. Wilson, the painter who created this work failed to bring it to life. “In his attempt to convey absolute photographic accuracy, the artist managed to render both figures completely lifeless,” he said.
Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine (Kate) Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge © Agency