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1000 piece jigsaw of William Shakespeare's National Portrait Gallery portrait.
This is the only portrait of Shakespeare that has a good claim to have been painted from life, and may be by a painter called John Taylor who was an important member of the Painter-Stainer' Company.
The portrait is known as the ' Chandos portrait', after a previous owner, and was the first portrait to be acquired by the National Portrait Gallery, when it was founded in 1856.
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