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    Louis XI (1423-1461-1483) Roi de France

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    • Hilde van den Bergh

      French School, circa 1470. Profile portrait of Louis XI, King of France (1423-1483) father of Charles VIII fought against Francis II of Brittany until his death in 1483. https://hemmahoshilde.wordpress.com/2015/06/12/anne-of-brittany-the-ones-that-were-rejected/ <-- You're welcome to read more about Louis XI on my art blog :)

    • Cawdell Douglas

      The Weiss Gallery: Jacob de Litemont (circa 1475), Louis XI, King of France (1423 – 1483), Painted 1470, Oil on panel, 36.5 x 22.2 cm.

    • Cecill Torres de Navarro

      Louis XI, King of France, ca. 1469 (Unknown Artist, French School) Sotheby's Old Masters And British Paintings Sale, London, L12033, Lot 9, July 4, 2012

    • Alain Truong

      French School, circa 1470. Profile portrait of Louis XI, King of France (1423-1483), wearing the collar of the Order of Saint-Michel. Photo Sotheby's

    • Amica Sundström

      Profile Portrait of Louis XI, King of France (1423-1483) Wearing the collar of the Order of Saint Michael -- French School -- Circa 1470 -- Via Sotheby's

    • jose de la vega

      Jacob de Litemont, Louis XI, King of France (1423 – 1483), Painted 1470, Oil on panel, 36.5 x 22.2 cm.

    • John Lazarus

      THE UNIVERSAL SPIDER. Louis XI, King of France (1423–1483). His taste for intrigue and his intense diplomatic activity earned him the nicknames the Cunning (Middle French: le rusé) and the Universal Spider (Middle French: l'universelle aragne), as his enemies accused him of spinning webs of plots and conspiracies.

    • Jennifer Lee Carrell

      Anonymous portrait of Louis XI, King of France, c. 1470, French, via Sotheby's. Louis XI (1423-1483), reigned from 1461 to his death. Here he wears the collar of the Order of Saint Michael. Nicknamed "The Cunning" (le rusé), "The Universal Spider" (l'universelle aragne), and "The Prudent" (le prudent). His enemies, including the dukes of Burgundy, accused him of spinning webs of plots and conspiracies.

    • Angelika interlinka

      Louis XI, roi de France (1423-1483), ca. 1470, by French school

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