King Philip IV of Spain (1605-1665) Offers Autographs In Front Of His Portrait
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The folks at Improv Everywhere invited King Philip IV of Spain (1605-1665) to stand before his portrait painted by Diego Velázquez.

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His Majesty offered free autographs to anyone at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City who wanted one. King Philip IV of Spain (1605-1665) Offers Autographs In Front Of His Portrait people suspected that he was just an actor, and not the actual king ;)   
Diego Velázquez (1599 – 1660) was the leading artist in the court of King Philip IV. Velázquez's artwork was a model for the realist and impressionist painters, in particular Édouard Manet and an inspiration for modern artists, including Spain's Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dalí.
Philip IV (1605 – 1665) was King of Spain from 1621 to 1665, sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands, and King of Portugal. Philip is remembered for his patronage of the arts and his rule over Spain during the challenging period of the Thirty Years War (1618–48). On the eve of his death in 1665, the Spanish empire had reached its 17th century territorial zenith, spanning a then unheard of 12,200,000 km², but in other respects was in decline, a process to which Philip's inability to achieve successful domestic and military reform contributed.
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