- Museum number
Portrait of François Ravaillac, murderer of King Henri IV; whole-length directed to right, holding a knife in his right hand; in the upper right, individual portraits of Henri IV, his Queen Marie de' Medici, and their son Louis XIII; in the background, a city, with scenes showing Ravaillac murdering Henri IV in his carriage, and the different stages of his subsequent execution
- Production date
- 1610-1624 (circa)
Height: 240 millimetres (plate-mark)
Width: 165 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Also see R,6.82 for an impression of a deceptively identical but separate plate, also etched by Sichem.
Hollstein only records one print on the subject.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Numerous inscriptions on verso: "2/C.." (brown ink), "Benjardinerg" (pencil, not in Lugt), "Dr", in pencil, "Cex" (within circle, brown ink, not in Lugt), "c/1790" (brown ink) and "Très-rare" (pencil).
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number