King Charles I

King Charles I

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Image Description

Location unknown
Town unknown
Technique/ material Oil painting on wood
Original size (mm) 240 x 295
Artist/maker unknown
Date circa 1800 to 1899
Description An oil portrait painting of King Charles I (1600-1649), thought to be a derivation from Van Dyck's head of the king which he used for the equestrian portrait of 1633,for the whole length in Coronation robes in 1636, and for a half-length in armour. Probably nineteenth century, but perhaps with an older picture underneath.
Ref number NETCC:P.1986.2164
Credit © Carisbrooke Castle Museum