King Charles II (1630–1685)

after Adriaen Hannemann (The Hague c.1601 – The Hague 1671)
National Trust Inventory Number 129884

Category Paintings
Date 1670 - 1699
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1300 x 1070 mm
Place of origin
Collection Knole, Kent (Accredited Museum)
On show at Knole, Kent, London and South East, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, King Charles II (1630–1685), after Adriaen Hanneman (The Hague c.1601 – The Hague 1671). A three-quarter-length portrait, turned slightly to the right, gazing at the spectator, dark brown shoulder-length natural hair, wearing a buff doublet, breastplate and blue sash his right arm resting on a rock his left hand holding a stick. Rocks to the left, landscape with distant horizon on the right, with stormy clouds.

Provenance

On loan from the Trustees of the Sackville Estate

Makers and roles

after Adriaen Hannemann (The Hague c.1601 – The Hague 1671), artist

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Periods 17th century (32872)
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Subjects King Charles II (1630-1685) (117)
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