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Painted after Charles's execution in 1649. A scaffold with an axe and block are visible in the bottom right-hand corner. In the background is the Church of the St Mary-the-Virgin, Oxford, which might indicate that it was done in an Oxford workshop, maybe specially for Queen's College, which had strong royalist sympathies during and after the Civil War.
oil on canvas
124.4 x 99.7 cm
The Queen's College, University of Oxford
High Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX1 4AW EnglandView venue
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