Alexander Roslin: Portrait of King Gustav III of Sweden and his Brothers (1771)

(Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden)

A nice 18th century portrait. The persons on the painting are (from left to right): King Gustav III of Sweden, Prince Frederick Adolf and Prince Charles (future king Charles XIII of Sweden). Roslin was a Swedish painter who specialized in portraits, mainly for members of aristocratic families. Especially his fabrics and jewels were very skillful. This portrait was done in 1771.