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Antoine Pesne Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Antoine Pesne collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The favourite sister of Frederick the Great, (1936). Creator: Unknown
The favourite sister of Frederick the Great, (1936). Creator: Unknown
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Friedrich Wilhelm I, (1933). Creator: Unknown
Friedrich Wilhelm I, (1933). Creator: Unknown
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Friedrich der Grosze 1712-1786 als Kronprinz. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
Friedrich der Grosze 1712-1786 als Kronprinz. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
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Die Lieblingsschwester Friedr. D. Gr. 1709-1758. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
Die Lieblingsschwester Friedr. D. Gr. 1709-1758. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
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Die Gemahlin Friedrichs des Groszen 1715-1797. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
Die Gemahlin Friedrichs des Groszen 1715-1797. - Gemalde von Pesne, 1934
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Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, (1903).Artist: Antoine Pesne
Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, (1903).Artist: Antoine Pesne
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Portrait of the Jeweller Johann Melchior Dinglinger, c1721. Artist: Antoine Pesne
Portrait of the Jeweller Johann Melchior Dinglinger, c1721. Artist: Antoine Pesne
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Portrait of Baron von Erlach with his Family, c1710. Artist: Antoine Pesne
Portrait of Baron von Erlach with his Family, c1710. Artist: Antoine Pesne
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Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, (1903).Artist: Antoine Pesne Featured Image

Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, (1903).Artist: Antoine Pesne

Frederick the Great, King of Prussia, (1903). Frederick II (1712-1786) ruled Prussia from 1740. He enlarged Prussian territory by acquiring Silesia from Austria in the War of the Austrian Succession and from the partiton of Poland. He was regarded as an enlightened monarch, promoting religious tolerance, modernising the bureaucracy and civil service and patronising the work of writers and philosophers such as Voltaire and Kant. A print from The World's History, A Survey of Man's Record, by Dr HF Helmolt, Volume II, William Heinemann, London, 1903

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