Charles Ier à cheval avec Monsieur de Saint Antoine est un tableau du peintre flamand Antoine van Dyck réalisé en 1633. Il s'agit d'un portrait équestre du Roi Charles Ier d'Angleterre à cheval accompagné de son maître d'équitation, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine. Charles était devenu Roi de Grande Bretagne et d'Irelande en 1625 à la mort de son père Jacques Stuart.

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  • Charles Ier à cheval avec Monsieur de Saint Antoine est un tableau du peintre flamand Antoine van Dyck réalisé en 1633. Il s'agit d'un portrait équestre du Roi Charles Ier d'Angleterre à cheval accompagné de son maître d'équitation, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine. Charles était devenu Roi de Grande Bretagne et d'Irelande en 1625 à la mort de son père Jacques Stuart. En 1632, Van Dyck était devenu premier peintre ordinaire de Sa Majesté et réalisa donc peu de temps après ce premier portrait équestre du Roi.
  • Charles I with M. de St Antoine is an Flemish oil painting on canvas by Anthony van Dyck, depicting Charles I on horseback, accompanied by his riding master, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine. Charles I had become King of Great Britain and Ireland in 1625 on the death of his father James I, and Van Dyck became the Charles' Principal Painter in Ordinary in 1632. This portrait is thought to have been painted in about 1633, and was the first equestrian portrait of Charles to be painted by Van Dyck. Charles is depicted as a chivalrous knight and sovereign. He rides a large and heavily muscled white horse - possibly a Lipizzaner - under a neoclassical triumphal arch, from which fall hangings of green silk. He is clad in parade armour with the blue sash of the Order of the Garter and carries a baton of military command. Charles is depicted almost alone, perhaps alluding to the period of his personal rule without Parliament, and is viewed from below, as in Van Dyck's 1635 painting Charles I at the Hunt. To the right stands his riding master, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine (possibly a ribbon around his neck, possibly of the Order of Saint Lazarus) who looks up at the king while holding his helmet. A large Royal coat of arms of the House of Stuart stands to the lower left of the painting (of four quarters, first and fourth, the fleur de lys of France quartering the three lions of England, second the double tressured lion of Scotland, and third the harp of Ireland), surmounted by a large crown. The painting measures 368.4 centimetres (145.0 in) by 269.9 centimetres (106.3 in) and may have been intended as a theatrical tromp l'oeil flourish for the end of the King's gallery at St James's Palace. It was included in the auction of the Royal Collection following the execution of Charles I, valued at £150, and sold to "Pope" on 22 December 1652. It returned to the Royal Collection of Charles II in 1660, and is usually displayed at Windsor Castle.
  • Il quadro fu eseguito da van Dyck assieme ad un altro ritratto equestre di Carlo I d'Inghilterra, Carlo I a cavallo. Il sovrano è rappresentato su un grande destriero bianco mentre attraversa un arco di trionfo. Carlo veste un'armatura da parata con il nastro dell'Ordine della Giarrettiera e regge il bastone del comando militare. A destra del sovrano, sotto il grande drappo verde simbolo della potenza regia (Ritratto di Rupert del Reno), van Dyck ritrae M. de Saint-Antonie, maestro personale di equitazione e staffiere del re, il quale regge tra le mani l'elmo di Carlo e volge lo sguardo verso il sovrano. Sulla sinistra del dipinto, appoggiato a terra, figura un grande stemma raffigurante i simboli regi di Casa Stuart, sormontato da una grande corona. Il presente è il primo ritratto equestre del sovrano realizzato da van Dyck e richiama fortemente al Ritratto del duca di Lerma realizzato da Rubens; è chiaro tuttavia anche il rimando a un precedente ritratto di van Dyck, il Ritratto equestre di Anton Giulio Brignole-Sale realizzato durante il periodo genovese.
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  • Charles Ier à cheval avec Monsieur de Saint Antoine est un tableau du peintre flamand Antoine van Dyck réalisé en 1633. Il s'agit d'un portrait équestre du Roi Charles Ier d'Angleterre à cheval accompagné de son maître d'équitation, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine. Charles était devenu Roi de Grande Bretagne et d'Irelande en 1625 à la mort de son père Jacques Stuart.
  • Charles I with M. de St Antoine is an Flemish oil painting on canvas by Anthony van Dyck, depicting Charles I on horseback, accompanied by his riding master, Pierre Antoine Bourdon, Seigneur de St Antoine. Charles I had become King of Great Britain and Ireland in 1625 on the death of his father James I, and Van Dyck became the Charles' Principal Painter in Ordinary in 1632.
  • Il quadro fu eseguito da van Dyck assieme ad un altro ritratto equestre di Carlo I d'Inghilterra, Carlo I a cavallo. Il sovrano è rappresentato su un grande destriero bianco mentre attraversa un arco di trionfo. Carlo veste un'armatura da parata con il nastro dell'Ordine della Giarrettiera e regge il bastone del comando militare. A destra del sovrano, sotto il grande drappo verde simbolo della potenza regia (Ritratto di Rupert del Reno), van Dyck ritrae M.
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