Portrait of Portrait of King Willem II by Jan Adam Kruseman on your wall
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The painting Portrait of William II, King of the Netherlands – 1839
Original: oil paint on canvas 86 x 109.5 cm, wxh
This painting is an informal portrait of King William II in military uniform, leaning against a dune with a hunting dog next to it.
William II, nickname Guillot, was born in The Hague on December 6 in 1792. His parents were later King William I and Wilhelmina of Prussia. William II gets another brother, Frederick, and two sisters, Paulina and Marianne.
William II has been engaged to the British Crown Princess Charlotte Augusta for a short time. She broke the engagement to marry the later king of Belgium, Leopold I. On February 21 1816 William II married Anna Paulowna, daughter of Tsar Paul I of Russia and together they had 5 children. From October 07, 1840 until his death in Tilburg on March 17, 1849, William II was King of the Netherlands, Grand Duke of Luxembourg and deer of Limburg.
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