Eighteenth-century watercolor portrait of Charles Eugene de Lorraine 13½" x 11"
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A watercolor (painted with a quill) military portrait of Charles Eugene, Prince of Lambesc (1751-1825). He was born in the Palace of Versailles, France
An extract from Wikipedia:
Charles Eugène of Lorraine (25 September 1751 – 2 November 1825) was the head of and last male member of the House of Guise, the cadet branch of the House of Lorraine which dominated France during the Wars of Religion, remained prominent as princes étrangers at court throughout the ancien régime, and participated in the émigré efforts to restore the Bourbons to the throne. He was an officer in the French and Habsburg militaries during the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic wars.
Condition and wear consistent with age and use. Approx. overall including frame 13½" x 11" Approx. overall including frame 34cm x 28cm