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  • Suzanne Watson

    Anthony van Dyck, Triple Portrait of Charles I, 1635. In this portrait of King Charles I of Great Britain. Van Dyck depicts the king from three different angles; this shows off van Dyck’s ability to render a face in various poses. This painting was sent to the virtuoso sculptor Bernini, who was commissioned to create a bust of the king: the sculptor needed to know what Charles looked like from various angles.

  • Anna Mancini

    Anthony van Dyck. Charles I, King of England, from Three Angles. 1636. Oil on canvas. Windsor Castle, Royal Collection, UK

  • Y v e t t e

    Art Blog - Sir Anthony van Dyck - Charles I in Three Positions 1635

  • ruzuzu

    Anthony van Dyck, Charles I's court painter, created the famous "Charles I, King of England, from Three Angles," commonly known as the "Triple Portrait." The oil painting was made on canvas around 1636, and is an example of how Van Dyck tended to mask Charles I's small stature, portraying him in a more dignified manner.

  • colleccionprive

    Charles I in Three Positions, 1635, oil on canvas by Anthony van Dyck. [Flemish Baroque Era Painter, 1599-1641] Royal Collection, Windsor Castle, London, UK

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