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Artist
Martin van Meytens (1695–1770) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q1082324
Martin van Meytens
Alternative names Mytens, Mijtens
Description

painter

Imperial painter for Empress Maria Theresa and Francis I.
Date of birth/death 23 March 1770
Location of birth/death Stockholm Vienna
Work location Vienna, Stockholm
Authority control
(1695/1770)
Title
English: Vittorio Amedeo II in Maestà
Description
English: portrait of Vittorio Amedeo II in majesty
Date 1728/1728
Medium
English: oil painting
Dimensions
English: w150 x h250 cm
English: La Venaria Reale
Object history
English: Palazzo della Giunta, Sala del Presidente
Source/Photographer TgEUA8TzcamVgg at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level maximum
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