London, South Kensington
10 July 2009
Manner of William Scrots
Portrait of King Edward VI (1537-1553), half-length, in a red doublet with gold embroidery, a glove in his right hand
inscribed 'EDWARDUS REX' (upper left)
oil on panel
20¼ x 15½ in. (50.8 x 39.3 cm.)
and by descent to Trevallyn Watson.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 16 June 1967, lot 90, as 'Holbein' (where acquired by the husband of the present owner).
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