Francis I, Charles V and the Duchess of Étampes
|Francis I, Charles V and the Duchess of Étampes|
|Artist||Richard Parkes Bonington|
|Dimensions||34 cm × 26 cm (13 in × 10 in)|
Francis I, Charles V and the Duchess of Étampes is a c.1827 history painting by Richard Parkes Bonington, now in the Louvre in Paris. It shows Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor, Francis I of France and Anne de Pisseleu d'Heilly. It was lent to the Musée des beaux-arts de Lyon for its 2014 exhibition L'invention du Passé. Histoires de cœur et d'épée 1802-1850..
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