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File:George IV in kilt, by Wilkie.jpg

Title Portrait of George IV (1762-1830)
Sir David Wilkie's flattering portrait, painted in 1829, of King George IV in kilt during the visit to Scotland in 1822 with lighting chosen to tone down the brightness of his kilt and his knees shown bare, without the pink tights he wore at the event.
Date 1829
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 279.4 × 179.1 cm (110 × 70.5 in)
Source/Photographer Unknown


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