Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788)

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The portrait of Bonnie Prince Charlie is a copy after a formal state portrait by Laurent Pécheux from 1770. The original portrait, which was displayed in the Palazzo Stuart in Rome, is in Stanford Hall, Leicestershire. The Blairs Museum copy came from Paris.

Scottish Catholic Heritage Collections Museum



Prince Charles Edward Stuart (1720–1788)


19th C


oil on canvas


H 62 x W 48 cm

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Scottish Catholic Heritage Collections Museum

South Deeside Road, Blairs, Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire AB12 5YQ Scotland

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