Court painter
A court painter was an artist who painted for the members of a royal or noble family, sometimes on a fixed salary and on an exclusive basis where the artist was not supposed to undertake other work. ...
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Daijō-kan
The Daijō-kan or Dajō-kan (太政官) or the Great Council of State was (i) (Daijō-kan) the highest organ of Japan's pre-modern Imperial government under Ritsuryō legal system during and after the Nara ...
Bureau of the Royal Household
The Bureau of the Royal Household (Thai: สำนักพระราชวัง) is an agency of the Monarchy of Thailand and King Bhumibol Adulyadej. In addition to a range of administrative and ceremonial responsibilit...
Bureau of the Royal Household - Wikipedia
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie
Count Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie (15 October 1622 – 26 April 1686) was a Swedish statesman and military man. He became a member of the Swedish Privy Council in 1647 and came to be the holder of thre...
Magnus Gabriel De la Gardie - Wikipedia
Mayordomos de semana
The Mayordomos de semana (Weekly stewards) was a palatial class of honorary royal servants of the Royal Household and Heritage of the Crown of Spain, who were entrusted with certain functions at the s...
Removing Wardrobe
The Removing Wardrobe was a sub-department of the British Royal Household. It was responsible for looking after the furnishings which travelled from palace to palace. The office was headed by the Yeom...
Gentilhombres Grandes de España con ejercicio y servidumbre
The Gentilhombres Grandes de España con ejercicio y servidumbre (Gentlemen of the Bedchamber Grandee of Spain) was a palatial class of honorary royal servants of the Royal Household and Heritage of th...
Ministry of the Treasury
The Ministry of the Treasury (大蔵省, Ōkura-shō) was a division of the eighth-century Japanese government of the Imperial Court in Kyoto, instituted in the Asuka period and formalized during the ...
Maurits Post
Maurits Post (ca. December 10, 1645, Haarlem - June 6, 1677, The Hague) was a Dutch Golden Age architect.
Post was the son of the architect Pieter Post, and was probably his assistant, as he took ...
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Piper to the Sovereign
The Piper to the Sovereign (also known as the Queen's Piper or King's Piper) is a position in the British Royal Household in which the holder of the office is responsible for playing the bagpipes at t...
Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna
Count Johan Gabriel Oxenstierna (19 July 1750 – 29 July 1818) is considered one of the foremost Swedish poets of the Gustavian period. A prominent courtier during the reign of King Gustav III of Swede...
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Balthasar Augustin Albrecht
Balthasar Augustin Albrecht (1687– 1765 ) was a German painter.
Albrecht, who was born at Berg, near Aufkirchen in Bavaria, in 1687, was a pupil of Nikolaus Gottfried Stuber, and studied in Venice...
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Imperial Household Agency
The Imperial Household Agency (宮内庁, Kunai-chō) is a government agency of Japan in charge of the state matters concerning Japan's imperial family and also keeping the Privy Seal and the State S...
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Royal Households of the United Kingdom
The Royal Households of the United Kingdom are the collective departments which support members of the British Royal Family. Many members of the Royal Family who undertake public duties have separate ...
Medical Officer to The Queen
A Medical Officer to The King/Queen accompanies His/Her Majesty on overseas tour.He is normally a senior Royal Navy surgeon. He is not, strictly, a member of the Medical Household of the Royal Househo...
Prefecture of the Pontifical Household
The Prefecture of the Papal Household is the office in charge of the Papal Household, a section of the Roman Curia that comprises the Papal Chapel (Cappella Pontificia) and the Papal Family (Familia P...
Awataguchi Takamitsu
Awataguchi Tamamitsu (粟田口 隆光) was a Japanese painter during the Muromachi (Ashikaga) period of Japanese history. He helped produce the Yūzū nembutsu engi (融通念仏縁起絵) housed in the Seiryō-ji, a B...
Jakob Björck
Jakob Björck, (1727 or 28 -20/2 1793 in Stockholm), was a Swedish portrait painter and copyist.
Björck is reported to have been a pupil of Johan Henrik Scheffel [2], but is not listed as such in t...
Jakob Björck - Wikipedia
Magnus Julius De la Gardie
Magnus Julius De la Gardie (14 April 1668 – 28 April 1741), son of Axel Julius De la Gardie, was a Swedish general and statesman, member of the Swedish Hats Party.Magnus Julius De la Gardie was born i...
Pieter Post
Pieter Jansz Post (1 May 1608 – buried 8 May 1669) was a Dutch Golden Age architect, painter and printmaker.
Post was baptised in Haarlem, the son of a stained-glass painter and the older br...
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Johann Samuel Arnhold
Johann Samuel Arnhold (22 December 1766 – 1 January 1828) was a German painter.He was born at Heinitz, a village near Meissen, and studied in the Art School of the Porcelain factory of Meissen, ...
Ludvig Douglas
Ludvig Vilhelm August Douglas, Count of Mühlhausen, Gondelsheim, Skenninge and Stjernorp, Lord of Langenstein and Stjernorp castles (24 November 1849 - 20 July 1916), was a conservative Swedish politi...
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Fredrik von Essen
Fredrik von Essen, born 30 July 1831 Hömbs parish, Skaraborg County, died 3 October 1921 in Stockholm, was a Swedish politician, Baron, Marshal of the Realm and landlord (Kavlås Castle). Married to Eb...
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Ministry of the Center
The Ministry of the Center (中務省, Nakatsukasa-shō) was a division of the eighth century Japanese government of the Imperial Court in Kyoto, instituted in the Asuka period and formalized during ...
Sten Rudholm
Sten John Gustaf Rudholm (27 April 1918 – 29 November 2008) was a Swedish lawyer, member of the Swedish Academy (Chair No.1), former Chancellor of Justice, Chief Justice of Appeal and Marshal of...