"His forehead was large and his features strongly marked, he had rather a down cast, though a steady, look. His eyes were blue and large...he had full cheeks, a well proportioned mouth and regular teeth."
M. Montjoye on Louis XVI from Adolphus, John. 1799. Biographical memoirs of the French Revolution. London: T. Cadell, jun. and W. Davies
Well they were not all "Louis" to be fair, but France had it's share of Kings Louis on the throne. Here are some of the later ones by artists Fouquet, Perréal, de Champaigne, Le Brun, and Duplessis.
If the portraits themselves are not pleasing to you, (who said all Kings were handsome?) perhaps the fashions and accessories, or complimentary reds and greens will be!
|Jean Fouquet, Portrait of Louis XI. Oil on panel. Image Source.|
|Jean Perréal, Louis XII. c.1514. Windsor Castle. Royal Library.|
|Philippe de Champaigne, Louis XIII (1601-1643), King of France. Oil on canvas, 17th century. Musée Carnavalet.|
|Charles Le Brun, Portrait of Louis XIV. Painting, late 17th century. Musée du Louvre.|
|Joseph Siffred Duplessis, Portrait of Louis XV, King of France (wearing breastplate and the Order of the Golden Fleece). Oil on canvas, 18th century. The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.|
|Joseph Siffred Duplessis, Louis XVI. Oil on canvas, 1777. Musée Carnavalet.|