Anthony van Dyck

Portrait of Princess Henrietta of Lorraine



Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Princess Henrietta of Lorraine

Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Barnes III.102 info

Literature
Emilie E.S. Gordenker, Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) and the representation of dress in seventeenth-century portraiture, Turnhout, Belgium, 2001, plate IV
Vanessa I. Schmid, with Julia I. Armstrong-Totten, The Orléans collection, Lewes, UK, 2018, fig. 7.6


Provenance

brought from Brussels as a gift for Charles I by Endymion Porter when he visited Cardinal-Infante Ferdinand on the King's business in late 1634 and earl 1635
sale of the King's goods, 27 October 1649 to Webb
Colonel William Webb
Cardinal Mazarin, Paris (died 1661)
Philippe, Duke of Orléans, died 1723, Palais Royal, Paris
by descent to Louis Philippe Joseph, Duke of Orléans
sold 1792
Benjamin van der Gucht
sale Christie's, london, 11-12 March 1796
Earl of Carlisle, 1831
Duke of Hamilton, 1842
sale Christie's, London, 17 June 1882
Earl of Rosebery
with Agnew's, London, 1888
Edward Cecil Guinness, 1st Earl of Iveagh, London (1847-1927)
bequest to the British Nation
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Other works by Anthony van Dyck


Anthony van Dyck Christ Carrying the Cross
Christ Carrying the Cross
c. 1618

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of a Sixty-Year-Old Woman
Portrait of a Sixty-Year-Old Woman
1618

Anthony van Dyck The apostle Simon
The apostle Simon

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of Anne Crofts
Portrait of Anne Crofts
c. 1635

Anthony van Dyck
Portrait of Princess Henrietta of Lorraine
1634
Kenwood House, London
Iveagh Bequest