- The Prince of Waless Coronet
Coronet of Frederick, Prince of Wales, Great Britain (1728; gold, ermine, velvet). Royal Collection © Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
Memorial ring for Queen Caroline (1683-1737), Memorial ring for George II (1727-60) Memorial ring for Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-51) British Museum メモリアル（追悼）リング 上：カロライン女王追悼リング 中：ジョージ2世追悼リング 下：フレデリック皇太子追悼リング 大英博物館
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Happy Birthday to…! Princess Mary of Great Britain (1723) A member of the British Royal Family, a daughter of George II and Caroline of Ansbach. A marriage was negotiated with Landgrave Frederick of...
Pesne, Antoine | 59 Artworks | MutualArt
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British School, Early Georgian - Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-1751)
This was described as a Prince of Brunswick in the inventory of Kensington Palace of 1818; it certainly depicts Frederick, prince of Wales, and would appear to be by a continental artist in the orbit of Philippe Mercier (1689-1760) or Martin Maingaud (active 1692-1725), both of whose works are represented in the collection. It is also close to a John Smith print after a portrait by Georg Wilhelm Lafontaine, executed in Hanover in 1723. The Prince here appears standing in a landscape wearing…
George III when Prince of Wales | | V&A Search the Collections
Portrait of George III as Prince of Wales, after George Knapton, in carved giltwood frame attributed to Paul Petit, circa 1751. Museum Number W.35:1, 2-1972.
Jacopo Amigoni (1682-1752) - Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-51)
Frederick, Prince of Wales (1707-51) was the eldest son of George II (r. 1727-60). He formed an outstanding art collection which included paintings by Rubens and van Dyck, miniatures, drawings, silver and furniture. This portrait was painted for the Princes friend, George Bubb Dodington (1691-1762); the artist was paid forty guineas for it in 1736. As is appropriate for a friends portrait this one shows the Prince in an informal and affable guise, as patron of the arts. An admirer of the…
Jacopo Amigoni (Venice 1675-1752 Madrid) , Portrait of Princess Caroline Elizabeth (1713-1757), daughter of King George II, three-quarter-length, in a pink dress and ermine-lined cloak
Portrait of Princess Caroline Elizabeth (1713-1757), daughter of King George II, three-quarter-length, in a pink dress and ermine-lined cloak
Jean-Baptiste van Loo (1684-1745) - Princess Amelia (1711-1786)
The founder of the van Loo dynasty of painters was the Dutchman, Jacob van Loo (1614-70), who was obliged to flee Amsterdam after killing someone in a pub brawl. Having settled in Paris his son, Louis Abraham, and grandsons, Jean-Baptiste and Carle-Andre (1705-65), all made successful careers in France. In addition Jean-Baptise himself had two painter sons, Louis-Michel (1707-71) and Charles-Amedee-Philippe (1719-95). Jean-Baptiste trained as a religious and mythological painter in Italy…
Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales | Constantyn, René Auguste | V&A Search the Collections
Oil on canvas, 'Portrait of Frederick Louis, Prince of Wales', René Auguste Constantyn, 1716. Museum Number 627-1901.