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Mr. David, What a ArtWork we are going to see now?
We are going to see the ‘Chandos’ portrait of Shakespeare.
Wow! that's a genius portrait! Mr. David do u can tell about that beautiful artwork?
Oh, sure! but i think that the presentation of the museum will explain you the artwork better than me... take a sit and watch that.
The "Chandos" portrait is the most famous of the portraits that may depict William Shakespeare (1564–1616). Painted between 1600 and 1610, it may have served as the basis for the engraved portrait of Shakespeare used in the First Folio in 1623. It is named after the Dukes of Chandos, who formerly owned the painting. The portrait was given to the National Portrait Gallery, London, on its foundation in 1856 and it is listed as the first work in its collection. It has not been possible to determine with certainty who painted the portrait, nor whether it really depicts Shakespeare. However, the National Portrait Gallery believes that it probably does depict the writer.
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