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Capetian Collection

Background imageCapetian Collection: St Louis (Louis IX, King of France), 1886

St Louis (Louis IX, King of France), 1886. Louis IX (1215-1270) became King of France in 1226. Renowned for his piety and kindness to the poor, he was canonised by Pope Boniface VIII in 1297

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis XII, 1462-1515, King of France, c15th century. Creator: Anon

Louis XII, 1462-1515, King of France, c15th century. Creator: Anon
Louis XII, 1462-1515, King of France, c15th century

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry IV, (1553-1610), c1830. Creator: Francois-Seraphin Delpech

Henry IV, (1553-1610), c1830. Creator: Francois-Seraphin Delpech
Henry IV, (1553-1610), c1830. Henry IV, (1553-1610) first monarch in the House of Bourbon of the Capetian dynasty and protestant involved in the French Wars of Religion

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry IV of France, c1590-1600, (1890). Creator: Unknown

Henry IV of France, c1590-1600, (1890). Creator: Unknown
Henry IV of France, c1590-1600, (1890). Henry IV of France (1553-1610) King of France from 1589 to 1610, first monarch from the House of Bourbon, in the Capetian dynasty

Background imageCapetian Collection: A French King of the Carlovingian or Capetian Dynasties, 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris

A French King of the Carlovingian or Capetian Dynasties, 1924. Creator: Herbert Norris
A French King of the Carlovingian or Capetian Dynasties, 1924. From " Costume & Fashion - The Evolution of European Dress Through the Earlier Ages", by Herbert Norris. [J. M

Background imageCapetian Collection: King Louis XI of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin

King Louis XI of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin
Louis XI. Roi de France, King Louis XI of France, (c1820s). Louis (1423-1483) succeeded his father, Charles VII, as king in 1461

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry II, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin

Henry II, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin
Henry II.Roi de France, Henry II, King of France, (c1820s). Henry (1519-1559) came to the French throne in 1547. His reign saw extensive suppression of Protestantism in France

Background imageCapetian Collection: King Charles IX of France, (c1820s). Artist: Zephirin Felix Jean Marius Belliard

King Charles IX of France, (c1820s). Artist: Zephirin Felix Jean Marius Belliard
Charles IX. Roi de France, King Charles IX of France, (c1820s). Charles IX (1550-1574) was a member of the Valois Dynasty. He ruled France from 1560 until his death

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry III, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin

Henry III, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin
Henry III, King of France, (c1820s). Henry (1551-1589) came to the throne in 1574. His reign was dominated by the continuing strife between Catholics

Background imageCapetian Collection: Meeting of Edward IV of England and Louis XI of France at Picquigny, France, 1475 (1864)

Meeting of Edward IV of England and Louis XI of France at Picquigny, France, 1475 (1864). Edward (1442-1483) and Louis (1423-1483)

Background imageCapetian Collection: Charles VI of France and Henry V of England welcomed by the clergy, Paris, 1420 (1864)

Charles VI of France and Henry V of England welcomed by the clergy, Paris, 1420 (1864). The two kings are welcomed by the clergy as they make their tiumphal entrance to the allied courts in Paris

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis VIII, known as the Lion, King of France, (1790)

Louis VIII, known as the Lion, King of France, (1790). Louis VIII (1187-1226) became king of France in 1223. He had previously been offered the crown of England during the revolt of the barons

Background imageCapetian Collection: Charles V, known as the Wise, King of France, (1789)

Charles V, known as the Wise, King of France, (1789). Charles V (1337-1380) became king in 1364. His reign saw an upturn in Frances fortunes during the Hunderd Years War

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis XII Declared Father of the People, 1506 (1789). Artist: Jean Baptiste Morret

Louis XII Declared Father of the People, 1506 (1789). Artist: Jean Baptiste Morret
Louis XII Declared Father of the People, 1506 (1789). Louis XII (1462-1515) became King of France in 1498. He was a popular king

Background imageCapetian Collection: Charles VIII, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin

Charles VIII, King of France, (c1820s). Artist: Maurin
Charles VIII. Roi de France, Charles VIII, King of France, (c1820s). Charles VIII of France (1470-1498) became king in 1483

Background imageCapetian Collection: Charles VII, King of France, on horseback in full armour, 15th century (1882-1884). Artist: Gautier

Charles VII, King of France, on horseback in full armour, 15th century (1882-1884). Artist: Gautier
Charles VII, King of France, on horseback in full armour, 15th century (1882-1884). Charles (1403-1461) ruled France from 1422-1461

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Artist: Tamisier

Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Artist: Tamisier
Louis XI of France visiting Cardinal Balue in his iron cage, 1469-1480 (1882-1884). Jean Balue (c1421-1491) was a cardinal and minister of Louis XI

Background imageCapetian Collection: French costume: Capetian, 10th-11th century, (1882)

French costume: Capetian, 10th-11th century, (1882). The Capetian dynasty was a line of French kings who ruled from the late 10th century to 1328

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry III, King of France, c16th century (1894)

Henry III, King of France, c16th century (1894)
Henry III (1551-1589), King of France, c16th century (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageCapetian Collection: Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 17th century (1894). Artist: Pieter van Sompel

Philip the Bold, Duke of Burgundy, 17th century (1894). Artist: Pieter van Sompel
Philip the Bold (1342-1404), Duke of Burgundy, 17th century (1894). From A Collection of Engraved Portraits (Further Selection) Exhibited by the Late James Anderson Rose

Background imageCapetian Collection: Marguerite de Valois, c1560, (1939). Artist: Francois Clouet

Marguerite de Valois, c1560, (1939). Artist: Francois Clouet
Marguerite de Valois, c1560, (1939). Margaret of Valois (14 May 1553 - 27 March 1615) was a French princess of the Valois dynasty who became queen consort of Navarre and later also of France

Background imageCapetian Collection: St. Louis King of France with a Page, c1590. Artist: El Greco

St. Louis King of France with a Page, c1590. Artist: El Greco
St. Louis King of France with a Page, c1590. Louis IX (1214-1270), often referred to as Saint Louis, was a Capetian King of France who reigned from 1226 until his death

Background imageCapetian Collection: King Philip VI (1293-1350), King of France

King Philip VI (1293-1350), King of France. Philip VI (1293-1350), called the Fortunate and of Valois, was the first French King of the House of Valois. He reigned from 1328 until his death

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884)

Henry III, King of France, 16th century (1882-1884). Henry (1551-1589) came to the throne in 1574. His reign was dominated by the continuing strife between Catholics

Background imageCapetian Collection: Henry II of France, as captain of the light cavalry, 16th century (1882-1884)

Henry II of France, as captain of the light cavalry, 16th century (1882-1884). Henry (1519-1559) came to the French throne in 1547. His reign saw extensive suppression of Protestantism in France

Background imageCapetian Collection: Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen Consort of Charles VI of France, 1385 (1882-1884)

Isabeau of Bavaria, Queen Consort of Charles VI of France, 1385 (1882-1884). Isabeau (c1370-1435) married Charles in 1385

Background imageCapetian Collection: Madeleine of Valois, Princess of Viana, 1460 (1882-1884)

Madeleine of Valois, Princess of Viana, 1460 (1882-1884). A daughter of King Charles VII of France, Madeleine (1443-1495) married Gaston, Prince of Viana, in 1461

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis XII, King of France, on horseback, 1498-1515 (1882-1884). Artist: Gautier

Louis XII, King of France, on horseback, 1498-1515 (1882-1884). Artist: Gautier
Louis XII, King of France, on horseback, 1498-1515 (1882-1884). Louis XII (1462-1515) became King of France in 1498. He was a popular king

Background imageCapetian Collection: Margaret of Provence, queen consort of Louis IX of France, 13th century (1882-1884)

Margaret of Provence, queen consort of Louis IX of France, 13th century (1882-1884). Margaret (c1221-1295) married Louis IX in 1234 and bore him eleven children

Background imageCapetian Collection: Capetian queen, 1360 (1882-1884)

Capetian queen, 1360 (1882-1884). After a portal of Chartres Cathedral. Descended from Hugh Capet (940-996), the Capetian dynasty ruled France from 987 until 1328

Background imageCapetian Collection: Capetian noblewoman, c1180-1190 (1882-1884)

Capetian noblewoman, c1180-1190 (1882-1884). Descended from Hugh Capet (940-996), the Capetian dynasty ruled France from 987 until 1328

Background imageCapetian Collection: Anne of Brittany, 1499 (1958)

Anne of Brittany, 1499 (1958). Anne (1476-1514) married Charles VIII of France in 1491, then after Charles death, married his successor, Louis XII, in 1499

Background imageCapetian Collection: Louis XII, King of France, 1499 (1958)

Louis XII, King of France, 1499 (1958). Louis XII (1462-1515) became king in 1498. Throughout much of his reign France was embroiled in the Italian Wars, largely without success

Background imageCapetian Collection: Joan of Arc at the coronation of Charles VII, 1429 (1882-1884)

Joan of Arc at the coronation of Charles VII, 1429 (1882-1884). Joan of Arc persuaded Charles to declare himself King of France

Background imageCapetian Collection: The Maillotins of Paris confront King Charles VI of France, 1382 (1882-1884). Artist: Brugnot

The Maillotins of Paris confront King Charles VI of France, 1382 (1882-1884). Artist: Brugnot
The Maillotins of Paris meet King Charles VI of France, 1382 (1882-1884). The Revolt of the Maillotins was one of a series of popular uprisings that erupted in 1382 in response to the raising of

Background imageCapetian Collection: Philip the Fair reviewing five thousand Parisians ready to bear arms, c1285-1314 (1882-1884)

Philip the Fair reviewing five thousand Parisians ready to bear arms, c1285-1314 (1882-1884). Known as the Fair, Philip IV (1268-1314) was King of France from 1285 until his death

Background imageCapetian Collection: Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1882-1884. Artist: A Gusman

Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1882-1884. Artist: A Gusman
Saint Louis punishing Enguerrand IV of Coucy, 1256 (1882-1884). In 1256, King Louis IX of France had Enguerrand IV, Lord of Coucy

Background imageCapetian Collection: Statue of Philip Augustus, King of France, 13th century (1882-1884)

Statue of Philip Augustus, King of France, 13th century (1882-1884). King Philip II Augustus (1165-1223), was King of France from 1180 to 1223

Background imageCapetian Collection: Coronation of Hugh Capet as King of France, Noyon, 1st July 987 (1882-1884). Artist: Ahurel

Coronation of Hugh Capet as King of France, Noyon, 1st July 987 (1882-1884). Artist: Ahurel
Coronation of Hugh Capet as King of France, Noyon, 1st July 987 (1882-1884). Hugh Capet (c938-996) was elected King of France in 987, founding the Capetian dynasty

Background imageCapetian Collection: Philip the Good (1396-1467), Duke of Burgundy, 15th century (1849)

Philip the Good (1396-1467), Duke of Burgundy, 15th century (1849). A 19th century version based on an original 15th century manuscript illustration held by the Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris

Background imageCapetian Collection: Entry of Louis XI of France into Troyes, 1462 (1882-1884)

Entry of Louis XI of France into Troyes, 1462 (1882-1884). Louis XI was King of France from 1461 to 1482. After a stained glass window by M Gesta of Toulouse

Background imageCapetian Collection: Francis I of France recives a mirror from the Venetian ambassador, 1515-1547 (1882-1884)

Francis I of France recives a mirror from the Venetian ambassador, 1515-1547 (1882-1884). Artist: Ruesnel
Francis I of France recives a mirror from the ambassador of the Republic of Venice, 1515-1547 (1882-1884). A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume II, F Roy editor

Background imageCapetian Collection: Rat fighting, recreation of Louis XI of France, 1461-1483 (1882-1884)

Rat fighting, recreation of Louis XI of France, 1461-1483 (1882-1884). Louis was King of France from 1461 to 1483. A print from La France et les Francais a Travers les Siecles, Volume II

Background imageCapetian Collection: Philip V, King of France

Philip V, King of France. Known as Philip the Tall, Philip V (1293-1322) came to the French throne in 1316

Background imageCapetian Collection: Isabella of France, Queen Consort of Edward II of England. Artist: Henry Colburn

Isabella of France, Queen Consort of Edward II of England. Artist: Henry Colburn
Isabella of France, Queen Consort of Edward II of England. Isabella (c1295-1358) was the daughter of Philip IV of France and Jeanne of Navarre

Background imageCapetian Collection: Marguerite of France, Queen of Edward I of England. Artist: Henry Colburn

Marguerite of France, Queen of Edward I of England. Artist: Henry Colburn
Marguerite of France, Queen of Edward I of England. Marguerite of France (1282-1317) was the second wife of Edward I. They were married in 1299

Background imageCapetian Collection: Marguerite of France, Queen of King Edward I of England. Artist: B Eyles

Marguerite of France, Queen of King Edward I of England. Artist: B Eyles
Marguerite of France, Queen of King Edward I of England. Marguerite of France (1282-1317) was the second wife of Edward I. They were married in 1299

Background imageCapetian Collection: Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Charles (1403-1461) ruled France from 1422-1461. His reign saw the recapturing from the English of all of France with the exception of Calais



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