Portrait of François, Dauphin of France; single-page tinted drawing on a detached album folio, after a European original by Thomas de Leu about 1600 (Robert-Dumesnil volume X page108 No.371). Three angels within clouds are drawn above the portrait and a sheep and lion are drawn below. Inscribed.
Ink on paper.
- Made in: India
- (Asia,South Asia,India (pre-1947))
- Height: 24.9 centimetres
- Width: 16.5 centimetres
Inscription Positionbelow oval vignette, centre
Inscription ContentL'ennemy enuieux du bon heur et victoire De ce Prince, ou la France auoit tout fon efpour.
24 February 1997
Demount, remove inlay, replace in mount.
Mounted. Inlaid causing cockling.
Demounted and removed inlay with moisture. Replaced in mount.
- Associated with: France
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Object reference number: RFM831
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