Anthony van Dyck (1599 - 1641)

Flemish painter active in England




Anthony van Dyck - Genoese Noblewoman
Genoese Noblewoman
c. 1625-27

Anthony van Dyck - Lamentation of Christ
Lamentation of Christ
1634

Anthony van Dyck - Achilles Among the Daughters of Lycomedes
Achilles Among the Daughters of Lycomedes

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of William II as a Child with a Whipper
Portrait of William II as a Child with a Whipper

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of William II and His Bride Mary Stuart
Portrait of William II and His Bride Mary Stuart


Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Johan III van Nassau-Siegen and His Family
Portrait of Johan III van Nassau-Siegen and His Family

Anthony van Dyck - Saint Mary Magdalene
Saint Mary Magdalene
c. 1623

Anthony van Dyck - Caritas
Caritas

Anthony van Dyck - Saint Thomas
Saint Thomas

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Frederick Henry
Portrait of Frederick Henry


Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Henrietta Maria, Queen of England
Portrait of Henrietta Maria, Queen of England
1632

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of King Charles I of England
Portrait of King Charles I of England
c. 1635

Anthony van Dyck - Rinaldo and Armida
Rinaldo and Armida

Anthony van Dyck - Saint Paul
Saint Paul

Anthony van Dyck - Rest on the Flight to Egypt
Rest on the Flight to Egypt
c. 1630


Anthony van Dyck - Prince Willem II of Orange as a Young Boy
Prince Willem II of Orange as a Young Boy

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of a Genoese Nobleswoman
Portrait of a Genoese Nobleswoman
c. 1625

Anthony van Dyck - Ecce Homo
Ecce Homo
c.1625-1626

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Mary Hill, Lady Killigrew
Portrait of Mary Hill, Lady Killigrew
1638

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Princess Mary (1631-1660), daughter of King Charles I of England, full-length, in a pink dress decorated with silver embroidery and ribbons
Portrait of Princess Mary (1631-1660), daughter of King Charles I of England, full-length, in a pink dress decorated with silver embroidery and ribbons
1641


Anthony van Dyck - François Langlois, called Ciartres (1588-1647)
François Langlois, called Ciartres (1588-1647)

Anthony van Dyck - The Virgin and Donors
The Virgin and Donors
c. 1630

Anthony van Dyck - Susanna at the Bath
Susanna at the Bath
c. 1622/23

Anthony van Dyck - James Stuart, Duke of Lennox, and Later Duke of Richmond
James Stuart, Duke of Lennox, and Later Duke of Richmond
c. 1632

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of a Father and His Son, Also Known as Guillaume Richardot
Portrait of a Father and His Son, Also Known as Guillaume Richardot
c. 1618-19


Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of an Italian Nobleman
Portrait of an Italian Nobleman
1626

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Amalia of Solms
Portrait of Amalia of Solms

Anthony van Dyck - King Charles I
King Charles I

Anthony van Dyck and Studio - Portrait of Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange
Portrait of Mary, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange

Anthony van Dyck - A Lady of the Spencer Family
A Lady of the Spencer Family
c.1633-8


Anthony van Dyck - Self-portrait
Self-portrait
1621/22

Anthony van Dyck - Nicholas Lanier
Nicholas Lanier
1628

Anthony van Dyck - Princess Mary Stuart (1631-1660)
Princess Mary Stuart (1631-1660)
c.1637

Attributed to Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Martin Ryckaert
Portrait of Martin Ryckaert

Anthony van Dyck - Venetia, Lady Digby
Venetia, Lady Digby
c.1633-1634


Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Charles II, when Prince of Wales
Portrait of Charles II, when Prince of Wales

Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Sir William Killigrew
Portrait of Sir William Killigrew
1638

Anthony van Dyck - Lord George Stuart
Lord George Stuart
c.1638

Anthony van Dyck - Sir Kenelm Digby
Sir Kenelm Digby
c.1640

Attributed to Anthony van Dyck - The Holy Family
The Holy Family


Anthony van Dyck - Agostina Pallavicini
Agostina Pallavicini
c. 1621

Anthony van Dyck - The Penitent Mary Magdalene
The Penitent Mary Magdalene

Anthony van Dyck - Lady Borlase
Lady Borlase
c. 1640

Anthony van Dyck - Nicolaes van der Borght, Merchant of Antwerp
Nicolaes van der Borght, Merchant of Antwerp
1625-35

Possibly Anthony van Dyck - Drunken Silenus Supported by Satyrs
Drunken Silenus Supported by Satyrs
c. 1620


Attributed to Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Paolo Gregorio Raggi
Portrait of Paolo Gregorio Raggi