The Man in the Iron Mask
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|Caption||The Man in the Iron Mask, unidentified prisoner of the French during the reign of King Louis XIV, inspiration for the novel by Alexander Dumas. What really happened? Prisoner in an Iron Mask. English rebel, son of a king or a minor Italian nobleman – who was the real Man in the Iron Mask held in the Bastille? Original artwork from Look and Learn no. 701 (21 June 1975).|
|Creator||Neville Dear, English (b.1923)|
|Artwork medium||gouache on paper|
|Credit||© Look and Learn|
|prison imprisonment captive captivity mask masked guards Man In The Iron Mask Italy Bastille Alexandre Dumas mystery mysterious identity concealed face prisoner France French King Louis XIV inspiration novel literature Alexander Dumas 17th Century 18th Century tcx Man Iron Mask Neville Dear|
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