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Johannes Lingelbach (Frankfurt 1622-Amsterdam 1674)

The Embarkation of Charles II at Scheveningen c.1660-70

Oil on canvas | 96.5 x 147.8 cm (support, canvas/panel/str external) | RCIN 404975

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Charles II departed from Scheveningen, near The Hague on the Dutch coast, on 23 May 1660. He travelled on board the newly renamed ship, The Royal Charles, with his two brothers, James, Duke of York, and Henry, Duke of Gloucester, and set sail for Dover. The huge crowds who watched the king's departure for his homeland can be seen on the wide expanse of beach and undulating dunes, with the English fleet shown in the distance on the right. Cat. 16
  • Creator(s)

    Johannes Lingelbach (Frankfurt 1622-Amsterdam 1674) (artist)

  • 96.5 x 147.8 cm (support, canvas/panel/str external)

    109.6 x 162.8 x 7.9 cm (frame, external)

  • Painted for or acquired by Charles II, first recorded in the Royal Collection in 1666.

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