File:Johan III.jpg

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Swedish: Johan III, 1537-92, konung av Sverige
Object type painting
Date 1582
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 203 cm (79.9 in); Width: 127 cm (50 in)
Accession number
Object history : transferred to Nationalmuseum Stockholm from Gripsholms slott.
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