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The Three Eldest Children of Charles I J920099

The Three Eldest Children of Charles I J920099


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Filename: J920099.jpg

Size: 6256 x 3237 (24.0MB)

Date: 8th September 2009

Source: Historic England

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Source: English Heritage Images

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The Three Eldest Children of Charles I J920099

KENWOOD HOUSE, SUFFOLK COLLECTION, London.
" The Three Eldest Children of Charles I" c.1635 after Sir Anthony van Dyck. (L-R) Prince Charles, later King Charles II. Princess Mary, later wife of William II of Orange. Prince James, later King James II

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Media ID 1738809

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Child Hood Monarchy Painting Stuart


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> England at War > English Civil War

> Fame > Kings and Queens of England

> Fine Art > Kenwood House paintings

> Fine Art > Royal portraits

> Heritage > English Stately Homes > Kenwood House > Art at Kenwood - the Suffolk


EDITORS COMMENTS
This 17th-century painting, titled "The Three Eldest Children of Charles I," is a beautiful representation of the early childhood of three future monarchs: Prince Charles, Princess Mary, and Prince James. The portrait was created around 1635, based on an original work by the renowned Flemish painter Sir Anthony van Dyck. At the time this painting was created, their father, King Charles I, ruled the Kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland. The siblings are depicted as young, innocent, and full of promise. The eldest, Prince Charles, is shown wearing a red velvet doublet and a white ruff, his expression thoughtful and introspective. Princess Mary, the eldest daughter, wears a white gown adorned with lace and pearls, her golden curls cascading down her shoulders. The youngest, Prince James, dons a blue doublet and a white collar, his gaze fixed on an unseen point in the distance. The painting offers a glimpse into the lives of these future monarchs during their formative years, a time of relative peace and prosperity before the tumultuous events of the English Civil War and the Interregnum. The siblings' fates were intertwined with the political and religious upheavals of their time, eventually leading them to rule their respective realms. This painting is now part of the Suffolk Collection at Kenwood House in London, managed by Historic England. It is a testament to the rich artistic heritage of the Stuart period and the enduring legacy of the van Dyck's masterful portraiture. The painting's preservation and continued public access ensure that future generations can appreciate the beauty and historical significance of this work.

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