Philip IV of Spain facts for kids
|Philip IV of Spain|
Painting by Velázquez, c.1644
|King of Spain|
|Reign||31 March 1621 –
17 September 1665
|King of Portugal and the Algarves|
|Reign||31 March 1621 –
1 December 1640
8 April 1605|
|Died||17 September 1665
|Spouse||Elisabeth of France
Mariana of Austria
|Issue||Balthasar Charles, Prince of Asturias
Maria Thérèse, Queen of France
Margaret Theresa, Holy Roman Empress
Philip Prospero, Prince of Asturias
Charles II of Spain
|House||House of Habsburg|
|Father||Philip III of Spain|
|Mother||Margaret of Austria|
Philip IV (Spanish: Felipe IV, Portuguese: Filipe III; 8 April 1605 – 17 September 1665) was King of Spain between 1621 and 1665 He was also sovereign of the Spanish Netherlands and King of Portugal until 1640.
- Archduchess Maria Margaret of Spain (14 August 1621 – 15 August 1621)
- Archduchess Margaret Maria Catherine of Austria (25 November 1623 – 22 December 1623)
- Archduchess Maria Eugenia of Austria (21 November 1625 – 21 August 1627)
- Archduchess Isabella Maria Theresa of Austria (31 October 1627 – 1 November 1627)
- Archduke Balthasar Carlos, Prince of Asturias (17 October 1629 – 9 October 1646), Prince of Asturias
- Archduke Francis Ferdinand of Austria (12 March 1634)
- Archduchess Maria Anna "Mariana" Antonia of Spain (17 January 1636 – 5 December 1636)
- Archduchess Marie Thérèse (1638–1683), married Louis XIV of France and had children.
- With Mariana of Austria (1634–1696) – his niece – 1649:
- Margaret Theresa of Austria (1651-1673), first wife of Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor
- Archduchess Maria Ambrosia de la Concepción of Austria (7 December 1655 – 21 December 1655)
- Archduke Philip Prospero, Prince of Asturias (28 November 1657 – 1 November 1661)
- Archduke Ferdinand Thomas Charles of Austria (23 December 1658 – 22 October 1659)
- Charles II of Spain (6 November 1661 – 1 November 1700)
Images for kids
Painting of a youthful Philip IV in 1623 by Diego Velázquez, displaying the prominent "Habsburg lip".
Painting of Philip IV of Spain in armor (1627–28) by Gaspar de Crayer of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Philip IV's most prominent favourite and minister, the Count-Duke Olivares, by Diego Velázquez.
Philip IV at the height of his success, painted c. 1631-2 by Diego Velázquez.
An older Philip IV, painted in 1656 by Diego Velázquez.
Portrait of Philip in France for his daughter, Maria Theresa.
Philip pictured with his older sister, Anne in 1612 by Bartolomé González y Serrano.
Prince Baltasar Carlos with the Count-Duke of Olivares outside the Buen Retiro palace, by Diego Velázquez, 1636.
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