Retrato de Carlos III, niño (1724). Jean Ranc (French, 1674–1735). Oil on canvas. Prado Museum.
Charles III (1716–1788) was the King of Spain and the Spanish Indes from 1759 to 1788. Eldest son of Philip V of Spain and his second wife, Princess Elisabeth of Parma, he became the Duke of Parma and Piacenza under the name of Charles I; later on in 1734 while Duke of Parma he conquered the Kingdoms of Naples and Sicily and was thus created the King of Naples and Sicily.
Head of a Princess of the Amarna period, made in Egypt, c.1360-1350 BC.
Ivory Bust of King of France Henri IV 1553-1610 probably late 1500’s.
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Portrait of Queen Victoria as a Young Girl, 1836. Artist/maker unknown, English.
Bust of Zenobia, Queen of Palmyra, Before 1697. Claude Bertin, French.
Portrait Medal of Queen Christina of Sweden, 1675. Giovanni Martino Hamerani, Italian (active Rome).
Drug Jar (Albarello) with Seated Queen, c. 1565-71. Probably workshop of Orazio Fontana, Italian (active Urbino).
The King and Queen Surrounded by Swift Nudes, 1912. Marcel Duchamp, American (born France).
Alice in Wonderland: King and Queen, 1961. Justin McCarthy, American.
French Playing Card-The Queen of Hearts, 18th century. Artist/maker unknown, French. Published by G. de Paris, France.
Queen Mother of the West, Edo Period (1615-1868), 18th - 19th century. Artist/maker unknown, Japanese.
Portrait of Sophie Magdalene, Queen of Denmark and Norway, c. 1740. Attributed to Carl Gustav Pilo, Swedish.
Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, Plate from Thomas Fuller, The Holy State (1642), 1642.William Marshall, English.
Pietro Antonio Rotari
Portrait of Marie Kunigunde of Saxony
María Cristina de Borbón-dos Sicilias, reina de España by Portaña, 1830