Anthony van Dyck

James Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox



Anthony van Dyck - James Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox

Literature

Catalogues raisonnÚs
Barnes IV.200 info

Literature
Kathleen M. Morris and Alexis Goodin (eds.), Orchestrating elegance, Williamstown, Massachusetts, 2017, fig. 50
Katrien Lichtert (ed.), Adriaen Brouwer, Amsterdam, 2018, p. 110


Provenance

Sir Paul Methuen, London, by 1728-d. 1757
his cousin, Paul Methuen, Corsham Court, Chippenham, Wiltshire, 1757-d. 1795
his son, Paul Cobb Methuen, Corsham Court, 1795-d. 1816
his son, Paul Methuen, 1st Baron Methuen of Corsham, Corsham Court, 1816-d. 1849
Frederick Henry Paul Methuen, 2nd Baron Methuen, Corsham Court, 1849-86
Henry G. Marquand, New York, 1886-89
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1889

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 89.15.16

Other works by Anthony van Dyck


Anthony van Dyck Lady Anne Carey, Later Viscountess Claneboye and Countess of Clanbrassil
Lady Anne Carey, Later Viscountess Claneboye and Countess of Clanbrassil
c. 1636

Anthony van Dyck Sir Rowland Wandesford
Sir Rowland Wandesford

Anthony van Dyck Mirtillo Galantly Returns the Crown to Amaryllis
Mirtillo Galantly Returns the Crown to Amaryllis
c. 1631-32

Attributed to Anthony van Dyck A Man Mounting a Horse
A Man Mounting a Horse
c. 1630

Anthony van Dyck
James Stuart, Duke of Richmond and Lennox
c. 1633-35
215.9 x 127.6 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Marquand Collection, Gift of Henry G. Marquand, 1889