Jakob Seisenegger

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Emperor Charles V with Hound (1532).

Jakob Seisenegger (1505–1567) was an Austrian painter used by Charles V. He won international fame for his use of full-length poses in his portraits, creating a model used by future artists, such as François Clouet. His portrait Emperor Charles V with Hound (1532) currently resides in the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna.


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