The Ambassadors (painting)
Jean de Dinteville and Georges de Selve (The Ambassadors) is a 1533 painting by Hans Holbein the younger. It is displayed at the National Gallery in London, England, having been bought in 1890. It is painted with a meticulous eye for detail, and its inner meaning is controversial. On the right is Georges de Selve, aged 25, Bishop of Lavaur. According to John North the scene depicted is exactly 1,500 years after Christ's crucifixion, that is Good Friday (April 11th) 1533, which gives the anamorphic skull particular significance.