Portrait of Princess Sophie Hedevig, daughter of Christian V, painted by Bénoit le Coffre.
Double portrait depicting both Frederik IV and his sister Sophie Hedevig, painted on a ribbed canvas, enabling to singular portrait in one painting. Seen from the right Frederik IV appears, from the left his sister. Completed in 1692 by G.A. Bois-Clair.
Queen Charlotte Amalie, the wife of Christian V, painted by Jacob d’Agar around 1690.
The Royal Statutes, was the constitution of the Danish absolute monarchy 1665-1849, in a silver case with Frederik III's monogram.
Spinet made by the instrument maker C.F. Speer, who was paid regularly for tuning the royal children's instruments.
Portrait of Frederik IV, painted by J.S. du Wahl.
Queen Charlotte Amalie, painted by Jacob d’Agar.
Christian V. Enamelled miniature made by Paul Prieur 1681.
Bènoit le Coffre was the most important painter in Denmark during the reign of Frederik IV. He was born in Copenhagen and educated in Paris. In 1700 he was appointed Painter of the Court.