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Product images of Portrait of Karl Theodor, Count Palatine and Duke of Bavaria (1724-1799)
Product details Portrait of Karl Theodor, Count Palatine and Duke of Bavaria (1724-1799)
Portrait of Karl Theodor, Count Palatine and Duke of Bavaria (1724-1799)
Half-length portrait of Karl Theodor turned slightly to the left as viewed. He wears a short grey wig with queue and is shown in military dress consisting of a black jacket with red collar and cuffs trimmed with gold tassels at the fastenings and gold epaulettes. This is worn over a steel breastplate which has a red sash or ribbon across it. A red cloak trimmed with ermine is draped over the right shoulder. Karl Theodor wears the star of the Order of St Hubert with its motto visible: "In Trau Vast" and below, the Order of St George. He holds an upright baton in his right hand, with the left at his hip above the hilt of his sword. To the left as viewed is a blue crown cushion with gold trim and tassels. Karl Theodor was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1784.
Original: oil on canvas, 1130x813mm. ca. 1775-1785
- Image ref: RS-9743
- The Royal Society