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Frank Dicksee: The Two Crowns  wikidata:Q18685487 
creator QS:P170,Q684057
Frank Dicksee: The Two Crowns
The Two Crowns
label QS:Len,"The Two Crowns"
Object type painting
An unidentified medieval prince returns to jubilation but stares at a crucifix unnoticed by the celebrants. Celebrated at its showing and purchased for the Crown for £2000. (More detail from the Tate)
Date 1900
date QS:P571,+1900-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on canvas
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q4259259,P518,Q861259
Dimensions Height: 2,311 mm (90.98 ″); Width: 1,823 mm (71.77 ″)
dimensions QS:P2048,2311U174789;P2049,1823U174789
institution QS:P195,Q195436
Current location
room 15)
Accession number
Credit line Photo:Tate,London,2011
Source/Photographer bQGhzjN_blC0Yg at Google Cultural Institute, zoom level maximum Tate Images (
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