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- Object: Thomas Killigrew Page of Honour to King Charles the first ... Resident with the Republique of Venice in the yeare 1650
Portrait of Thomas Killigrew seated reading a book with his dog beside him and a portrait of Charles I on the wall; used as frontispiece to Killigrew's 'Comedies and Tragedies' (London, 1664). First state, with a small shield over the quarterings of the field sinister on the coat of arms.
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Height: 274 millimetres (trimmed)
Width: 180 millimetres (trimmed)
- Curator's comments
- After a painting now in the National Portrait Gallery (no. 3795).
For the second state see P,6.37.
This print was issued as a black and white facsimile by the British Museum in 'Reproductions of Prints in the British Museum', New Series Part IX (Specimens of Line-engraving by the Earliest Masters Working in England (About 1545-1695)), Published by the Trustees in 1900, where it was number XVI and described there as 'William Faithorne. Portrait of Thomas Killigrew.'; see 1900,10.31.6.16 (Shelfmark 245*.b.23).
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Comedies and Tragedies
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