In the year 1660, something marvellous began to happen. After the execution of Charles I, the royal collection had been sold off and scattered to the four winds. But with the restoration of Charles II, the monarchy was back, and so was its driven, sometimes obsessive, passion for art. Slowly but surely, new pieces were acquired, as others were returned out of fear of reprisal. The royal collection had sprung back to life.
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