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To from the Title } Carolus I. [Greek text.]
To from the Title } Carolus I. [Greek text.] Ecce Spectaculum dignum ad quod respeciat Deus operi suo intentus, Vir fortus cum mala fortuna compositur Sen: de Provid: c.2.
Phinn Sculp. Edinb. 1766.
{Publish'd by W. Coke Bookseller Leigh.}
Engraving, laid down on Album sheet. Sheet 159 x 197mm. 6¼ x 7¾". Repairs.
Portrait of Charles I, whole-length, wearing robes and chain, kneeling before a table on which there is an open book, one foot on a globe, holding a crown of thorns; crown on floor beside globe; above, cloud and crown of glory with rays directed to the king's eye; pillar in the background. To the right, four heads of wind blow about a ship on a choppy ocean. After Philip Fruytiers (1610-1666).
See NPG: D21547 [Hertocks, after Fruytiers; 1662].
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