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File:Willem II prince of Orange and Maria Stuart.jpg


Title Double-portrait of William II (1626-1650), Prince of Orange, and his wife Mary Stuart (1631-1660).
Part of a series, together with File:Gerrit van Honthorst - Portret van Friedrich Wilhelm I, keurvorst van Brandenburg (1620-1688) en zijn echtgenote Louise Henriette van Nassau (1627-1667) Rijksmuseum.jpg and File:Gerrit van Honthorst - Frederik Hendrik met familie.jpg.
Date 1647
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 302 cm (118.9 in). Width: 194.3 cm (76.5 in).
Accession number SK-A-871
Object history

circa 1647: commissioned by Amalia of Solms (1602-1675) for the ‘Grote Kabinet’, Huis ten Bosch, The Hague
1795: nationalized

by 1876: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Inscriptions Signature and date bottom left: G.Honthorst. 1647

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Portret van Willem II (1626-50), prins van Oranje, en zijn echtgenote Maria Stuart (1631-60).

RKDimages, Art-work number 21444, as Double-portrait of Willem II van Oranje-Nassau (1626-1650) and Maria Stuart (1631-1660).
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