British art historians are concerned about the recent activities of Charles III at Buckingham Palace. He moved to the official residence after the death of Elizabeth II, and has already managed to make some changes in it. In particular, at the direction of the king, in order to save money, the temperature in the premises of the palace was reduced to 19 degrees Celsius. And this, according to experts, is not very good for the works of art located there.
“The curators calculated that 21-24 degrees Celsius is the optimal temperature for the preservation of paintings. Higher or lower temperatures can harm them,” writes the Daily Mail. Among the paintings that occupy the walls of the palace, there is, for example, Rembrandt's 1633 painting "The Shipbuilder and His Wife". She was especially loved by Queen Elizabeth II.
At the same time, it remains unknown whether the experts warned Charles III about the consequences of his actions, but we can definitely say that they are very concerned about the fate of the works of art located in the royal residence.