London Science Museum
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London Science Museum
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|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|
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