28 January 2009
Property from the Collection of William and Eleanor Wood Prince, Chicago, Illinois
Follower of François Clouet
Portrait of Charles IX, King of France
inscribed 'CHARLES 9E ROY DE FRANCE'
oil on panel
13½ X 10½ in. 34.3 x 26.7 cm.
WOOD PRINCE COLLECTION
Mrs. W.E. Edwards, Cincinnati, Ohio.
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