Mattheus Verheyden

Willem Kettingh (d 1670). Chief Treasurer and Bailiff of the Prince of Orange



Mattheus Verheyden - Willem Kettingh (d 1670). Chief Treasurer and Bailiff of the Prince of Orange



Mattheus Verheyden
Willem Kettingh (d 1670). Chief Treasurer and Bailiff of the Prince of Orange
c. 1755
208 x 121 cm
Oil on canvas
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam


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Mattheus Verheyden - Maria Hartmansdr de Custer(e). Echtgenote van Willem Kettingh
Mattheus Verheyden
Maria Hartmansdr de Custer(e). Echtgenote van Willem Kettingh
c. 1755

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Rijksmuseum Accession number SK-A-819

Other works by Mattheus Verheyden


Mattheus Verheyden Portrait of Coenraad van Heemskerck, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Lord of Achttienhoven and Den Bosch
Portrait of Coenraad van Heemskerck, Count of the Holy Roman Empire, Lord of Achttienhoven and Den Bosch
1750

Mattheus Verheyden Portrait of Fran├žois van Aerssen, Lord of Sommelsdijk, Vice-Admiral of Holland and West-Friesland
Portrait of Fran├žois van Aerssen, Lord of Sommelsdijk, Vice-Admiral of Holland and West-Friesland
1728

Mattheus Verheyden Maria Hartmansdr de Custer(e). Echtgenote van Willem Kettingh
Maria Hartmansdr de Custer(e). Echtgenote van Willem Kettingh
c. 1755

Mattheus Verheyden Portrait of Gerard Cornelis van Riebeeck
Portrait of Gerard Cornelis van Riebeeck
c. 1755

Mattheus Verheyden Portrait of Agnes Margaretha Albinus, Wife of Coenraad van Heemskerck
Portrait of Agnes Margaretha Albinus, Wife of Coenraad van Heemskerck
1750