Death of Emperor Karl V



21 September 1558

Emperor Karl V (1500-1558), in whose realm, stretching from Eastern Europe to Latin America, 'the sun never set'.Contemporary copy after Titian. Canvas, 110 x 91 cm Inv. 8060

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    Book describing the funerarary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, December 29,1558 (he died in San Yuste and was buried in the Escorial). This hand coloured copy is a present from King Philip II to Councillor Cardinal Granvella.Printers: Plantin-Moretus

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    Chapelle ardente (funerary monument) erected for the funerarary procession held in Brussels for Emperor Karl V.,December 29,1558. From the book's hand-coloured copy, a gift from Spanish King Philip II to his Councillor Granvella. Printers: Plantin Moretus.

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    Float with the three virtues Caritas, Fides and Spes (Charity, Faith and Hope), from the book describing the funerary procession held in Brussels for Emperor Karl V The only hand-coloured copy was a present from Spanish King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Spanish nobles lead a riderless horse with Emperor Karl V's motto "Plus Ultra",in the funerary procession for Karl V held in Brussels in 1558. (The Emperor died in San Yuste and was buried in the Escorial, Spain) Book printed by Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

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    Nobles of many nationalities lead riderless horses in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present from Karl's son, Philip II, to his councillor Cardinal Granvella.Printers:Plantin-Moretus

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    Heralds and Spanish nobles, heralds'coats, standards and caparisons with the Imperial Eagle, in the funerary procession held in Brussels for Emperor Karl V, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present of King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Nobles carry the "Grand Imperial Standard" and the "Grand Imperial Banner". From the book on the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels in 1558. This only hand-coloured copy was a gift from Spanish King Philip II to his Councillor Cardinald Granvella.

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    Nobles carry coats-of-arms, the royal and the imperial crowns, the sword and a herald's coat in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand-coloured copy of the book was a present from Karl's son Philip II to his councillor Granvella.

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    Two officials carrying ceremonial maces, heralds with the imperial eagle on their coats, nobles leading a caparisoned horse, from the book on the funerary procession for Emperor Karl V, held in Brussels in 1558 Printers: Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

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    Nobles and high clergy, led by Count Schwarzenberg, carry the collane of the Order of the Golden Fleece, the Imperial scepter, sword, orb and crown, in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels in 1558. Book printed by Plantin-Moretus in Brussels.

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    The herald of the Order of the Golden Fleece precedes Spanish King Philip II in the funerary procession held for Emperor Karl V in Brussels, 1558. The only hand- coloured copy of this book was a gift from Philip II to his councillor Cardinal Granvella.

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    Emperor Karl V (1500-1558), in whose realm, stretching from Eastern Europe to Latin America, 'the sun never set'.Contemporary copy after Titian. Canvas, 110 x 91 cm Inv. 8060

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. The painter Vermeyen as war correspondent. Next to him Felipe de Guevara. Cartoons for twelve tapestries. Charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. The battle on the way to Tunis:Karl V at the head of the imperial cavalry (center right),12 Cartoons, charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. Imperial galleys leaving Tunis after the campaign. Cartoons for 12 tapestries,charcoal and watercolour on paper, 385 x 662 cm, Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. End of the campaign.In front of a tent,Karl V signs a new treaty with Mulay Hassan,King of Tunis.Cartoons, charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. The imperial army leaves Tunis and camps in Rada. Ostriches and goats.Tapestry. In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. The Emperor mustering troops near Barcelona.He rides past a recruiting table. Cartoons for 12 tapestries, Charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2038 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Emperor Karl V's war against Chaireddin (also known as Hayreddin Barbarossa, Grand Admiral of the Ottoman Navy), Turkish governor of Tunis. Breaking up camp at La Goleta.Skeleton from the early part of the campaign. Charcoal and watercolour on paper,385 x 662 cm,Inv.2047 In 1535 the Spanish Empire attacked Tunis, then under the control of the Ottoman Empire. Holy Roman Emperor Karl V (Charles V) of the Habsburg dynasty assembled a huge army and war fleet. He defeated Barbarossa's fleet and, after a siege, captured Tunis on June 1 1535.

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    Coronation of Emperor Charles V (1519-1556) by Pope Clemens VII.(1478-1534) in Bologna. Faience plate (1530)

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