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Portrait Of Charles I

Portrait of King Charles I
Located in West Sussex, GB
Portrait of King Charles I After Sir Anthony van Dyck From the Fairfax Collection, Leeds Castle Oil on canvas: 23 x 18 ½ in Frame: 31 x 26 in. Late 17th/early18th century. Old labe...
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Early 18th Century Baroque Portrait Paintings

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Oil

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H 31 in. W 26 in. D 4 in.
Portrait of King Charles I (1600-1649), in a black slashed doublet
Located in Stoke, Hampshire
Flemish School, 17th century Portrait of King Charles I (1600-1649), three-quarter-length, in a black slashed doublet and white shirt, with the sash and Star of the Order of the Gart...
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17th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

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Oil

A Dieppe prisoner of war portrait plaque of Charles I and his advisors
Located in Lymington, Hampshire
This prisoner of war bone wall panel has a central roundel depicting Charles I and four of his closest advisors, William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury, George Villers, Duke of Bucki...
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Antique 1850s English Historical Memorabilia

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Bone, Velvet

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The Three Eldest Children of King Charles I (1600 -1649)
By (After) Anthony Van Dyck
Located in Bristol, GB
The Three Eldest Children of Charles I The Three Eldest Children of Charles I is an oil painting on canvas painted by Anthony van Dyck between November 1635 and March 1636 and is in ...
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Early 20th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

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Oil

Portrait of Charles I, Original Surrealist Lithograph
By Salvador Dalí­
Located in Saint Augustine, FL
Artist: Salvador Dali Title: Portrait of Charles I, Courtier (Five of Swords) Medium: Original Lithograph Edition: 119/150 (I-CXIX/CL) Signature: Pencil Signed Bottom Right Year of ...
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1970s Surrealist Portrait Prints

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Lithograph

Portrait of King Charles I c.1633; Antique Oil Painting
Located in London, GB
The artist of this portrait was one of the most distinguished Anglo-Dutch court artists of the time and court painter to King Charles I - Daniel Mytens. Even though Mytens’ output o...
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Mid-17th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

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Oil, Canvas

King Charles I of England, Large Antique Oval Oil Painting on Panel, Framed
Located in Cirencester, Gloucestershire
King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland British School, early 20th century oil painting on wood panel, framed panel: 28.5 x 24 inches framed: 36 x 32 inches provenance: priva...
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Early 20th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

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Oil, Wood Panel

"Sometimes I Will" Original Black & White Modern Portrait Ink Drawing of a Woman
By Charles Pebworth
Located in Houston, TX
Original black and white modern ink portrait of a woman holding her arm above her head. Hung in a complimentary two-toned frame with original Dubose Gallery information on the back. ...
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1970s Modern Portrait Drawings and Watercolors

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Ink

Theodore Roussel, Portrait of King Charles I
Located in London, GB
Oil on panel; 15 ½ by 12 ¼ in; 39.5 x 31 cm; held in a gilt 17th century style frame Provenance: John Boscawen Monro (1792-1847) and then by descent This painting is a head and...
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Antique 17th Century English Paintings

Theodore Roussel, Portrait of King Charles I
H 20.25 in. W 17.25 in. D 2 in.
Rare 18th Century Portrait Hatchment of Charles I with Crests of his Supporters
Located in London, GB
An early 18th century lozenge shaped portrait depicting Charles I and the armorials of his supporters. Set within a carved gilt wood frame. Dimensions refer to the frame. The fol...
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Antique Early 18th Century English Georgian Paintings

Materials

Canvas

Portrait of Charles I (1600-1649) King of England, Scotland, and Ireland
Located in London, GB
Charles I is one of the most notorious monarchs in British history. His belief in his God-given right to rule, independent of Parliament, ultimately led to a divided nation and the ...
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17th Century Old Masters Portrait Paintings

Materials

Gold Leaf

Portrait Of King Charles I (1600-1649)
By Anthony van Dyck
Located in Blackwater, GB
Portrait Of King Charles I (1600-1649) circle of Anthony VAN DYCK (1599-1641) Large 17th Century English Old Master Portrait of King Charles I of England, oil on canvas. Large scal...
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17th Century Portrait Paintings

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Canvas, Oil

After Sir Anthonius Van Dyke; a Good Oil on Canvas Portrait of Charles I
By Dame Frances Anne Marjoribanks
Located in Bedford, Bedfordshire
The well painted oil on canvas depicting Charles I (1600-1649) of England on a dark ebony ground, in typical period attire with white lace ruff, facing out to the viewer, surviving f...
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Antique Mid-19th Century English Victorian Paintings

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Giltwood

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