Equestrian portrait of Henri, Count of Chambord, painted c. 1870 by Louis Etienne Porion, 1814-68, purchased by the State in 1977, in the Chateau de Chambord, designed by Domenico da Cortona and built 1519-47 in French Renaissance style under King Francois I, at Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France. The Count is shown in full military uniform with the Order of the Holy Spirit and the Order of St Michael and with the gala harness which now forms part of the collection of the Domaine de Chambord. The chateau was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1981. Picture by Manuel Cohen

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Equestrian portrait of Henri, Count of Chambord, painted c. 1870 by Louis Etienne Porion, 1814-68, purchased by the State in 1977, in the Chateau de Chambord, designed by Domenico da Cortona and built 1519-47 in French Renaissance style under King Francois I, at Chambord, Loir-et-Cher, France. The Count is shown in full military uniform with the Order of the Holy Spirit and the Order of St Michael and with the gala harness which now forms part of the collection of the Domaine de Chambord. The...
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