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  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,
  • Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,

Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,

Gallery Price: £5,400

Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform, wearing the Order of the Elephant, on a Lipizzaner, in a landscape oil on canvas, unlined, in a gilded and black frame surmounted by a crown.
80 x 66cm (31 x 26in)

Oil on canvas

Other Notes: The Order of the Elephant (Danish: Elefantordenen) is a Danish order of chivalry and is Denmark’s highest-ranked honour. It has origins in the 15th century, but has officially existed since 1693 and, since the establishment of constitutional monarchy in 1849, is now almost exclusively used to honour royalty and heads of state.

Attributed to Michelangelo Maestri (Italian, d. 1812)

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Danish School, 18th Century Portrait of Christian VI of Denmark (ruled 1730-1746) in uniform,

Other Notes: The Order of the Elephant (Danish: Elefantordenen) is a Danish order of chivalry and is Denmark’s highest-ranked honour. It has origins in the 15th century, but has officially existed since 1693 and, since the establishment of constitutional monarchy in 1849, is now almost exclusively used to honour royalty and heads of state.

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