Product images of Charles II (1630-1685)
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Charles II (1630-1685)
A late copy based on a portrait type by Sir Peter Lely of around 1675, of which many copies and variants exist. He wears a black wig, a tied lace cravat and a breastplate over a yellow embroidered coat. A chain on the breastplate supports a badge which may be the George of the Order of the Garter. The same head was used by Lely for other designs including three-quarter and full-lengths.
- Image reference: BHC2608
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London