Keeping it in the family
HE PRINCE OF WALES and his greatgreat-great-grandparents Queen Victoria and Prince Albert will mingle with Picasso and Andy Warhol for the first time—at least, their works of art will—in a new exhibition in the Surrey Hills.
Chinthurst Hill, near Wonersh, a littleknown masterpiece by Sir Edwin Lutyens and Gertrude Jekyll, is the Home Counties arm of the Belgravia Gallery, London W1, and, from December 1 to 7, it will host an inaugural Christmas Art Week, involving live sculpture demonstrations and with royal and illustrious artists aplenty.
Viewings are by appointment only and tickets to a pop-up supper club, put on by award-winning Surrey Spice on Saturday, December 3, cost £95 each, including
Tfood, a tour and talks (020–7495 1010; www.belgraviagallery.com).
Both the supper club and art sales will support the Seb’s Projects India charity, which raises money to build schools and