New portrait of Kate Middleton opens another Royal debate in the United Kingdom: “Intolerably bad” | Society

New portrait of Kate Middleton opens another Royal debate in the United Kingdom: “Intolerably bad” | Society
New portrait of Kate Middleton opens another Royal debate in the United Kingdom: “Intolerably bad” | Society

Last Wednesday the new portrait of the Princess of Wales was presented, Kate Middleton which was created by British-Zambian artist Hannah Uzor.

According to CNN, the work was featured on the cover of the English magazine Tatler, which interviewed Uzor.

“When you can’t meet the model in person, you have to look at everything you find and reconstruct the subtle human moments that the different photographs reveal: do they have a particular way of standing or holding their head or hands? “Do they have a recurring gesture,” she indicated.

“All my portraits are made up of layers of a personality, built from everything I can find about them,” he added.

Portrait of Kate Middleton

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The truth is that the work generated divided opinions in that country, mostly negative.

In fact, the editor of The Daily Telegraph, Alastair Sooke, assured that there were no similarities between the person and the portrait.

“The portrait is intolerably bad, In addition, he does not show any hint of resemblance to his subject,” he explained on social networks.

“Under a Lego-like helmet of unmodelled, drab brown ‘hair’, this Princess of Wales has as much charisma as a naff figurine on top of a wedding cake,” he added wryly.

Likewise, the royalty editor of The Times of London, Kate Mansey, was also against the work.

“I don’t really know what to say about this, except that…” he commented.

It should be noted that, on May 14, the first official portrait of Charles III was revealed, which was not entirely liked in the United Kingdom either.

 
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