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[[Image:Shakespeare.jpg|thumb|The Chandos portrait]]
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The '''"Chandos" portrait''' is one of the most famous of the [[Portraits of Shakespeare|portraits that may depict]] [[William Shakespeare]] (1564–1616). Believed to have been painted from life between 1600 and 1610, it may have served as the basis for the engraved portrait of Shakespeare used in the ''[[First Folio]]'' in 1623.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait.php?search=ss&sText=shakespeare&LinkID=mp04051&rNo=0&role=sit|title=National Portrait Gallery - Portrait NPG 1; William Shakespeare|accessdate=11-06-2009|publisher=National Portrait Gallery |location=London}}</ref> It is named after the [[duke of Chandos|Dukes of Chandos]], who owned the painting before it was acquired by the National Portrait Gallery. The portrait was given to the [[National Portrait Gallery, London]] on its foundation in 1856 and it is listed as number one in its collection, being its first acquisition.<ref name = "NPG">Tarnya Cooper (ed), Searching for Shakespeare, National Portrait Gallery and Yale Center for British Art, Yale University Press, 2006, pp. 54-61</ref>
 
The '''"Chandos" portrait''' is one of the most famous of the [[Portraits of Shakespeare|portraits that may depict]] [[William Shakespeare]] (1564–1616). Believed to have been painted from life between 1600 and 1610, it may have served as the basis for the engraved portrait of Shakespeare used in the ''[[First Folio]]'' in 1623.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.npg.org.uk/collections/search/portrait.php?search=ss&sText=shakespeare&LinkID=mp04051&rNo=0&role=sit|title=National Portrait Gallery - Portrait NPG 1; William Shakespeare|accessdate=11-06-2009|publisher=National Portrait Gallery |location=London}}</ref> It is named after the [[duke of Chandos|Dukes of Chandos]], who owned the painting before it was acquired by the National Portrait Gallery. The portrait was given to the [[National Portrait Gallery, London]] on its foundation in 1856 and it is listed as number one in its collection, being its first acquisition.<ref name = "NPG">Tarnya Cooper (ed), Searching for Shakespeare, National Portrait Gallery and Yale Center for British Art, Yale University Press, 2006, pp. 54-61</ref>
   
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