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The Treaty of Hubertusburg, 15 February 1763

Photo credit: The Bowes Museum

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The negotiations to formalise the end of the Seven Years War involving Prussia, Austria and Saxony commenced at the Castle of Hubertsburg, near Dresden in January 1763 under the eyes of Frederick the Great himself and resulted on the 15th February 1763 in a treaty of peace signed at the headquarters of the king. The negotiators were Kollenback, Counsellor of the Court of Austria, Hertzberg, Counsellor of the Prussian Legation and Fritsch, Privy Counsellor of Saxony.

The Bowes Museum

Barnard Castle

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    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    101.3 x 131.3 cm

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  • Acquisition method

    bequeathed by the Founders, 1885


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Barnard Castle, County Durham DL12 8NP England

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