Charles I. Before execution.

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From the The Collection of Early Photographic Material (collecting area) Collection Collection
Part of Stewart's St Andrews Album Parent record level Album/Book/Portfolio

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Special Collections - Photographic Collections

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Painting "Charles I before his execution".


Man seated in a chair with girl and small boy clinging to him; man in long robes on left; all in dress of the Cavalier period. Furnished room with wooden panels, fireplace with large ornate stone mantel and damask drape on right. Tapestry covered table with books, one open on stand and an hourglass. Two upholstered barley twist chairs, one with crown. Standing man with surplice with wide billowing sleeves and a dark sleeveless robe on top, neck ruff, skull cap and medallion round neck. Seated man with flowing hair, moustache and goatee beard, wearing a shirt, coat with split sleeves and wide lace collar and sleeve frill, knee length trousers with rosette at knee and shoes with rosettes. Boy dressed in similar style to the seated man. Girl in long dress with neck and sleeve frills of lace and a lace cap on head. Sitting dog - Spaniel

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ca. 1850

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People portrayed



Image courtesy of University of St Andrews Library.


Free of known copyright restrictions. Image supply fees may still apply.

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Image Courtesy of the University of St Andrews Library, ID ALB-10-58

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