Antique Print-AUDIENCE STYLE OF KING WILLIAM I VS. CHARLES X-Hemelryck-1827

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de twee Audienties – This satirical print shows the difference in Audience style of Willem I (William I), King of The Netherlands, being rather informal and Charles X of France, being formal sitting on his throne.

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‘de twee Audienties’

Crayon style lithograph with original hand colouring on wove (vellin type) paper.
Sheet size: 30,5 x 24 cm. (12 x 9,4 inch). Image size: 23,5 x 18 cm. (9,3 x 7,1 inch).

Source unknown, to be determined. Ref: FMH 6276

Made by ‘Jean-Louis van Hemelryck (attributed to)’ after own design. Jean-Louis van Hemelryck was a 19th.c. genre and history painter in Brussels.

Condition: Good, given age. Light creasing and soiling. Small tears in paper edges. Small hole in middle, barely noticable. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

Keywords: AUDIENCE STYLE OF KING WILLIAM I VS. CHARLES X-THRONE VS. INFORMAL

PCO-E5-01

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Dimensions 24 × 30 × 1 cm

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