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Title Portrait of Charlotte de Bourbon (....-1582).
Date circa 1579 (1578-1580)
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 104 × 73 cm (40.9 × 28.7 in)
House of Orange-Nassau Historic Collections Trust
The Hague
Accession number 175
Object history

Unknown date: commissioned by Günther XLI, Count of Schwarzburg (1529-1583), Arnstadt
1583: inherited by Catharina van Nassau (1543-1624)
(?) 1624: inherited by Catharina Belgica, Princess of Orange (1578-1648)
(?) Unknown date: inherited by Wilhelm V., Landgraf von Hessen-Kassel (1602-1637)

by 1939: Ernst, Landgraf von Hessen-Philipstal-Barchfeld

1939: purchased by the Museum des Siegerlandes, Oberes Schloss, Siegen, from Ernst, Landgraf von Hessen-Philipstal-Barchfeld
12 May 1953: ceded to Juliana der Nederlanden (1909-2004), The Hague, by the West German government

1972: ownership transferred to the House of Orange-Nassau Historic Collections Trust, The Hague, by Juliana der Nederlanden, The Hague
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