Portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie unveiled , Edinburgh 30 March 2016Add to Lightbox Download
Pictured: Jill Brown and Michael Gormley from the Scottish National Portrait Gallery handle the painting valued at £1.1m with care.
The Portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie, newly acquired by the National Galleries of Scotland under the Acceptance in Lieu of tax scheme and valued at £1.1 million, is thought to have been created by artist Allan Ramsay in Edinburgh in 1745, at the height of the Jacobite rising. The portraits is the only one of the Prince Charles to have been painted in Britain.
Ger Harley | EEm 30 March 2016
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- Portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie unveiled | Edinburgh | 30 March 2016