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The burial of the Count of Orgaz, 1586-1588. Oil on canvas, 480 x 360 cm. Detail. The church of San Tome was founded in the 12th century but completely rebuilt in the 14th, thanks to funds from the Count of Orgaz, a pious citizen of Toledo, who died in 1312. Local legend has it that Saint Stephen and Saint Augustine intervened at his burial to lay him to rest. El Greco is the third person from left, above raised hand; his son is the young page, left foregrund.
Les enfants d'Edouard IV - The Children of Edward IV in the Tower. According to Shakespeare and Thomas Morus, but not confirmed by modern historians, the boys, Edward V and Richard, were murdered by their uncle, King Richard III. Detail of the dog. (40-11-02/69). Oil on canvas (1830) - 181 x 215 cm Inv. 3834
Guillaume Jouvenel des Ursins (1401-1472), baron de Trainel, chancellor of France under Charles VII and Louis XI. Detail of ornamental background decoration. Small bear cubs, emblems of the chancellor, support the blazons and animate the decoration around the pilasters. For overall view please see 40-11-08/1. Wood, 96 x 73cm. INV.9619