Eleanor Tomlinson and Octopus TV Reveal King’s Coronation ArtworkEleanor Tomlinson and Octopus TV Reveal King’s Coronation Artwork
‘Coronation Capers’, celebrating His Majesty King Charles III’s upcoming Coronation, is the latest in the royal series of work by artist and illustrator Eleanor Tomlinson.
February 22, 2023
Eleanor Tomlinson & Andrew Eborn, Octopus TV, have revealed Tomlinson’s artwork dedicated to celebrating His Majesty King Charles III’s Coronation at a special launch event at Freemasons Hall, London.
‘Coronation Capers’ is the latest in the royal series of work by artist and illustrator Eleanor Tomlinson. The ink and watercolor artwork will form the main basis of ‘The Coronation Collection’, made up of signed limited edition prints, open edition prints, stationery, gifts, homeware and other products.
‘Coronation Capers’ follows ‘Jubilee Ma’amalade Tea’ created last June following Queen Elizabeth II’s Platinum Jubilee and ‘Our Beloved Queen’, which was a tribute piece only created in the wake of HM passing. Before the artist created a one-off original piece especially for a children’s charity, the artwork featuring Emma the pony and the Queen’s two corgis reached £32,000 at the charity auction.
“‘Coronation Capers’ celebrates the coronation of King Charles III with a fun, quirky and British twist featuring King Charles Cavaliers, Jack Russells, Corgis and bunting, all set upon the Buckingham Palace balcony overlooking The Mall, crowds and a skyline of London,” says Tomlinson. “I wanted to create something very special for this once in a lifetime occasion that captures everything ‘Best of British’ in one joyful and very patriotic artwork. I only hope the public and Royal Family enjoy it as much as I enjoyed the process of creating it.”
“I am thrilled to be working with Eleanor reviewing the various opportunities including from international licensing,” says Andrew Eborn, president, Octopus TV Ltd. “Together we intend to develop a global brand, building on the success of Eleanor’s work to date, whilst protecting Eleanor’s artistic rights and integrity. I very much look forward to hearing from anyone interested in exploring the exciting licensing opportunities.”
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