£2,500 - View of Lochnagar, or Beinn Chìochan, in the Grampians of Scotland near Balmoral, by Prince Charles (via Telegraph).
The Prince of Wales has become one of Britain’s most successful living artists, selling millions of pounds worth of prints of his paintings.
An analysis of sales of limited edition lithographs conducted by Clarence House and released to The Telegraph shows that the Prince has earned £2 million since 1997 from sales of copies of his watercolour paintings through the shop at his family residence, Highgrove House. All the money raised goes to The Prince of Wales’s Charitable Foundation, which awards grants to a wide range of good causes.
£2,500 - View of Beinn a? Bhùird, in the Cairngorms, 20 of 100 still available, by Prince Charles (via Telegraph).
The Prince of Wales photographed in 1998 painting a watercolour near a Buddhist temple during a visit to the Tiger's Nest Monastery in the Bhutan Himalayas.