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Representative Article Image
|The Chandos Portrait of William Shakespeare|
|Artist||Attributed to John Taylor|
|Dimensions||55.2 cm × 43.8 cm ( 21 3⁄4 in × 17 1⁄4 in)|
|Location||National Portrait Gallery, London|
Use this page as a template when creating new articles by clicking Actions>View Source and create a new page with the name of the article you're creating. In the newly copied page, upload your own image, then replace the "Articlepicture.jpg" above with the new image name. Replace "Representative Image" in both the image line and the top-level heading above with your first and last name. Delete this whole paragraph beneath the Representative Image title but not including the Table of Contents tag __TOC__.
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