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Wilkie - King William IV N070438

Wilkie - King William IV N070438


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Filename: N070438.jpg

Size: 3057 x 5000 (13.6MB)

Date: 21st August 2009

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Source: English Heritage Images

Job Title: Photographer

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Wilkie - King William IV N070438

APSLEY HOUSE, London. " King William IV" 1833 by Sir David WILKIE (1785-1841) WM.1460-1948

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Media ID 1712575

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Georgian Monarchy Painting


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> Fame > Kings and Queens of England

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> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Apsley House > Portraits at Apsley House


EDITORS COMMENTS
This stunning photograph captures the grandeur and historical significance of Sir David Wilkie's painting, "King William IV," housed at Apsley House in London. Painted in 1833, this portrait of King William IV (1765-1837) marks a pivotal moment in British monarchical history. King William IV, who ascended to the throne in 1830 after the death of his elder brother, George IV, was a popular monarch known for his humility and dedication to public service. Wilkie's painting beautifully captures the monarch's regal presence, with his robust figure, piercing gaze, and ornate attire. The artist's masterful use of light and shadow adds depth and texture to the portrait, creating an almost three-dimensional effect. Apsley House, a grand neoclassical mansion in London, has been the residence of the Dukes of Wellington since 1851. The painting is displayed in the State Dining Room, which is adorned with an impressive collection of portraits of British monarchs and military leaders. The room's opulent decor, with its gilded moldings, intricate plasterwork, and ornate fireplace, provides an elegant backdrop for Wilkie's masterpiece. This photograph, taken by A.J. Photographics, offers a unique perspective on this iconic painting, allowing viewers to appreciate its intricacies and historical significance in greater detail. The photograph's high resolution and crisp clarity bring out the rich colors and textures of the painting, making it an invaluable addition to any collection of British art or historical photography.

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