File:Karl XIII (1748-1818) - Nationalmuseum - 40303.tif

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Q43224659  wikidata:Q43224659 
Artist
creator QS:P170,Q4233718,P1877,Q927593
Q43224659
Depicted people Kung Karl XIII
Title
Karl XIII (1748-1818)
Object type painting
Description
Svenska: Beskrivning i inventariet:

Knäbild. Förgylld empireram med krona och inskriftsplatta: Gifvit af Hans Maj:t konungen till dess minister vid kejserliga ryska hofvet grefve Carl Axel Lövenhjelm

Per Krafft d.y:s ateljé eller kopia efter Per Krafft d.y.
Depicted people Charles XIII of Sweden
Original caption
Svenska: Beskrivning i inventariet:

Knäbild. Förgylld empireram med krona och inskriftsplatta: Gifvit af Hans Maj:t konungen till dess minister vid kejserliga ryska hofvet grefve Carl Axel Lövenhjelm

Per Krafft d.y:s ateljé eller kopia efter Per Krafft d.y.
Date Unknown date
Unknown date
Unknown date
Medium
English: Oil on canvas
Svenska: Olja på duk
Dimensions Height: 98 cm (38.5 ″); Width: 82.5 cm (32.4 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,98U174728;P2049,82.5U174728
institution QS:P195,Q842858
institution QS:P195,Q714783
Accession number
Inscriptions
Svenska: Inskription: Gifvit af Hans Maj:t konungen till dess minister vid kejserliga ryska hofvet grefve Carl Axel Lövenhjelm [på platta, på ramen]
Source/Photographer Nationalmuseum
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