Year: 19th century
Size: 81" x 50"
Description: Large Pre-Raphaelite hunting scene of King William II's death painted by Alexander David Cooper in the 19th century. A panoramic tableau depicting King William II's death while out hunting is of exhibition-scale and high quality. There has been much debate over whether his death was the result of an accident or murder. presented in a vintage frame in the Renaissance style that was popular at the time for Pre-Raphaelite art. Dimensions: 81" x 50" framed approximately
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