A man of many talents: Prince Philip's passion as a painter


Prince Philip's oil painting 'The Queen At Breakfast' (1965). Photos: Royal Collection Trust

It is no surprise that the late Prince Philip, who died peacefully at Windsor Castle in Britain on April 9 - just two months short of his 100th birthday - was the subject of numerous portraits by artists and photographers of the past decades.

In fact, his retirement from public engagements in 2017 was marked with a portrait painted by Austrian artist Ralph Heimans.

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