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Antonio Moro (1519-1575), Willem I of Nassau, prince of Orange and Stadhouder (1533-1584), 1555. Oil on panel, 105 x 81.5 cm. Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Kassel.

Antonio Moro (1519-1575), Willem I of Nassau, prince of Orange and Stadhouder (1533-1584), 1555. Oil on panel, 105 x 81.5 cm. Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister, Kassel.

A new Van Dyck attribution at the Scottish National Gallery:  It had previously been regarded as a studio work. The portrait shows Ambrogio Spinola (1569-1630), the great Italian-born general who commanded the Spanish Habsburg armies in the Netherlands during the Dutch Revolt.

A new Van Dyck attribution at the Scottish National Gallery: It had previously been regarded as a studio work. The portrait shows Ambrogio Spinola (1569-1630), the great Italian-born general who commanded the Spanish Habsburg armies in the Netherlands during the Dutch Revolt.

Eugène de Beauharnais (1781-1824), Joséphine's son by her first husband. His first campaign was in the Vendée, where he fought at Quiberon. During the Italian campaign, he served as aide-de-camp to his stepfather, whom he also accompanied to Egypt.

Eugène de Beauharnais (1781-1824), Joséphine's son by her first husband. His first campaign was in the Vendée, where he fought at Quiberon. During the Italian campaign, he served as aide-de-camp to his stepfather, whom he also accompanied to Egypt.

Guillaume Ier d'Orange-Nassau — Wikipédia

Guillaume Ier d'Orange-Nassau — Wikipédia

Captain Peter Parker (John Hoppner, ca. 1808-1810) - Sir Peter Parker, 2nd Baronet (1785 – 1814) was an English naval officer, the son of Vice-Admiral Christopher Parker. In 1810, he was given command of the frigate Menelaus, which he commissioned. In 1814, Menelaus was sent to Bermuda. Leading his marines, he was hit in the thigh (as his grandfather had been at the Battle of Sullivan's Island), but unlike his grandfather, Parker died on the field of a severed femoral artery.

Captain Peter Parker (John Hoppner, ca. 1808-1810) - Sir Peter Parker, 2nd Baronet (1785 – 1814) was an English naval officer, the son of Vice-Admiral Christopher Parker. In 1810, he was given command of the frigate Menelaus, which he commissioned. In 1814, Menelaus was sent to Bermuda. Leading his marines, he was hit in the thigh (as his grandfather had been at the Battle of Sullivan's Island), but unlike his grandfather, Parker died on the field of a severed femoral artery.

French opera singer Genevieve Vix, ca. 1910s.

French opera singer Genevieve Vix, ca. 1910s.

Giovanni Battista Moroni "Portrait of a Soldier", 1555 (Italy, Late Renaissance / Mannerism, 16th cent.)

Giovanni Battista Moroni "Portrait of a Soldier", 1555 (Italy, Late Renaissance / Mannerism, 16th cent.)

Portrait of Ernst Casimir I, Count of Nassau-Dietz, Wybrand de Geest, c. 1630 - c. 1635

Portrait of Ernst Casimir I, Count of Nassau-Dietz, Wybrand de Geest, c. 1630 - c. 1635

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte as President of the Italian Republic. 1803.

Andrea Appiani: Portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte as President of the Italian Republic. 1803.

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