Studio of Anthony van Dyck

Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain (1566-1633), three-quarter-length, in the habit of the Poor Clares



Studio of Anthony van Dyck - Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain (1566-1633), three-quarter-length, in the habit of the Poor Clares

Provenance

King Louis-Philippe d'Orléans (1773-1850), Chateau d'Eu, by 1836, and by descent to his grandson
Prince Emmanuel D'Orléans (1872-1931), and by inheritance to his wife
Princess Henriette of Belgium (1870-1948), and by descent to their son
Prince Charles-Philippe d'Orléans, Duc de Nemours (1905-1970)
sale, Château de Tourronde, 5 June 1950
sale Christie's, New York, 1 May 2019, nr. 245

Other works by Anthony van Dyck


Manner of Anthony van Dyck St Francis at the Foot of the Cross
St Francis at the Foot of the Cross

Anthony van Dyck Portrait of Jan Gaspar Gevaerts (1593-1666)
Portrait of Jan Gaspar Gevaerts (1593-1666)
c. 1630-50

Follower of Anthony van Dyck Portrait of a Male Member of the Van der Borcht Family
Portrait of a Male Member of the Van der Borcht Family
c. 1635

After Anthony van Dyck Christ as Saviour of the World
Christ as Saviour of the World
c. 1620-30

Studio of Anthony van Dyck
Isabella Clara Eugenia, Infanta of Spain (1566-1633), three-quarter-length, in the habit of the Poor Clares
110.3 x 92.1 cm
Oil on canvas
Sale Christie's, New York, 1 May 2019