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Artist or CreatorNicholas Garland
Title or Caption[no caption]
Extent1 item
Published byThe Daily Telegraph
Date17 Oct 1994
FormatArtwork
Size50.5 x 37cm
Techniqueblack ink
Embedded text or transcriptRoyal Tittle-Tattle
Whosever pulleth this pen from this stone - and then gets rid of it - is the rightful king of England
Person DepictedCharles (Philip Arthur George) (1948-); Prince of Wales
NotesArtwork not dated ; Date estimated from news. News : The Queen and the Prince of Wales appeared to be engaged in a damaging public argument last night over the advisability of the Prince authorising a candid biography detailing the breakdown of his marriage. Extracts from thr forthcoming biography by broadcaster Jonathon Dimpleby, serialised in The Sunday Times, and the debate over the future of the Royal Family as the Queen today begins the first state visit by a British Monarch to Russia. Last night, with Buckingham Palace suggesting that the Prince had been ill-advised to allow publication, and his advisors issuing a statement that he was happy with the tone and content of the book, the royal family appeared more divided than ever. [Stephen Bates and David Hearst, The Guardian, 17th October 1994]
Subjectsroyal family
biographies
disputes
Princes
gossip
pens
heirs
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
Location of artworkBritish Cartoon Archive
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