James VI and I (adult)

Vanson’s portrait of the 29 year old king is the most important painting of James VI before he became James I, King of England, in 1603. 

Serious in pose and expensively dressed, Vanson’s attention to the fine gold work on James’ tunic and the fur around his shoulders shows off his meticulous talents.     

But is the painting genuine?

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