Copy after Godfrey Kneller

Aernout van Citters (1633-96), Ambassador of the Dutch Republic in London


 

Copy after Godfrey Kneller - Aernout van Citters (1633-96), Ambassador of the Dutch Republic in London



Copy after Godfrey Kneller
Aernout van Citters (1633-96), Ambassador of the Dutch Republic in London
1700 - 1753
45 x 35 cm
Oil on canvas
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


External links

RKD 5132
Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-2060

Other works by Godfrey Kneller


Godfrey Kneller Portrait of a wealthy merchant, half-length, seated in black costume
Portrait of a wealthy merchant, half-length, seated in black costume

After Godfrey Kneller Portrait of King William III, half-length, in a suit of armour
Portrait of King William III, half-length, in a suit of armour
18th Century

Studio of Godfrey Kneller Portrait of a girl, bust-length, in a pink dress and blue shawl
Portrait of a girl, bust-length, in a pink dress and blue shawl

After Godfrey Kneller Portrait of Queen Mary II, half-length, in a pink silk dress
Portrait of Queen Mary II, half-length, in a pink silk dress
18th Century

Follower of Godfrey Kneller Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormond (1665-1745), three-quarter-length, holding a marshall's baton, in a suit of armour with the sash and badge of the Order of the Garter
Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as James Butler, 2nd Duke of Ormond (1665-1745), three-quarter-length, holding a marshall's baton, in a suit of armour with the sash and badge of the Order of the Garter