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Self-portrait of Carel Dujardin; half-length, seated slightly to left, head tilted and looking to front, holding a broad-brimmed hat on his knee. 1658
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Height: 304 millimetres
Width: 230 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Literature: Jennifer Kilian, 'Karel du Jardin', Amsterdam, 2010, p.15 and fig.5.
This drawing was issued as a coloured facsimile by the British Museum in 'Reproductions of Drawings by Old Masters in the British Museum', Part III, Published by the Trustees, in 1893 where it was number VIII and described there as 'Carel Dujardin, Portrait of the Artist.'
Label copy 2005:
Dujardin was primarily a painter of Italianate landscapes, influenced by Nicholas Berchem (1620-83), whose pupil he may have been.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1984, BM, Master Drawings & Watercolours, no. 100
1990 Mar-Sept, BM, Fake?, no.26
2005, 7 July-25 Sept, BM, 'Masterpieces of Portrait Drawing' (no cat.)
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