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- Series: Portraits of Stadholders and their Family
Portrait of Johan Willem Friso, Prince of Orange; half-length turned to the left with long, curled hair, wearing armour; in lettered oval decorated with a crown of walls and a branch from an orange tree; below a battle scene surrounded by objects of war; after Herman Hendrik Quiter; proof before letters. 1752
- Production date
Height: 358 millimetres
Width: 227 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- This is one from a series of twenty-one engravings, for comment see 1854,0614.118.
This particular portrait is after an unknown painting by de Quiter, for a lettered impression see 1917,1208.3507.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- The series registered as 1847,0723.1 to 113 was purchased from W B Tiffin for £98 15s the lot. Unfortunately when the register numbers were written on the back of the prints, they were numbered either 0713 or 0723, apparently at random. The 0713 and 0723 runs dovetail together to form a complete series, though in some cases the final number is not the one given in the register. It is too late to alter so many wrong numbers, so the mistaken numbers will have to continue to serve as the register numbers, but this note has been added to each of the records in the sequence to explain the position. (AVG, 2016)
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