Anthonis van Dyck (1599 Antwerp - 1641 London) Artists Workshop.
Portrait of Margaret Lemon. Girl with a pearl necklace and flowers in her hair.
The painting depicts Van Dycks mistress, whom he met after moving in 1632 to London. Van Dyck is a respected painter of Kings Charles I royal court. The artist made several portraits of Margret Lemon with slight differences. This artwork was in a private collection for a long time .
Attribution: Examination Dr. Max J. Friedlander (photocopy)
Letter from Dr. Jan Kosten, RKD, Den Haag, 12.2.2009.
Literature: Susan J. Barnes, Van Dyck: complete catalog of paintings Anthonis van Dyck Wvz. Nr. IV 156
Product sizes: width - 30cm Height - 40cm
Material: Oil, Oak board
Shop: Gallery "Antiqon", Brivibas street 16, Riga, Latvia
Period: 17th century
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