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Albrecht I (1255–1308), King of Germany

Photo credit: Wellcome Collection

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One painting in a series of the House of Habsburg. Son of King Rudolph I. Head and shoulders to right in fictive surround with Habsburg arms above and shield and motto below. Motto: 'Fugam victoria nescit' (or, 'victory does not recognize flight').
  • Date

    17th C

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    21 x 15 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    presumed to have been purchased by Henry S. Wellcome, c.1900–1936


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