- Museum number
Object: Andreas van Ertevelt
Series: Iconographie ou vies des hommes illustres du XVII. siècle ... les portraits peints par le fameux Antoine Van Dyck
Series: Icones Principum Virorum
Portrait of Andries van Eertvelt, half-length in front of a stormy seascape with a ship beyond, turned sharply away to the right and looking over his shoulder to the right, wearing a small lace collar and lace cuffs, buttoned doublet and cloak, with moustache and goatee, holding a scroll of paper in his right hand at the level of his abdomen; sixth state with initials of Gillis Hendricx burnished; after Anthony van Dyck; from a 1759 bound edition containing a series of 125 portraits, mainly of Van Dyck's Iconography (Arkstée & Merkus: Amsterdam and Leipzig)
- Production date
Height: 250 millimetres
Width: 173 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For another impression of the same state see 1863,0509.896; for an impression of the first state and comment see 1841,1211.43; for comment on Anthony van Dyck's Iconography portrait series see R,1b.47.
For more information on the bound volume see also 1935,1213.1.1.+.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Inscribed on the fly-leaf, in pen and ink: "Thomas Gibbs". Inscribed on the cover sheet, in pencil: "£10-10/-" (crossed out) and "£3-3/-".
- Prints and Drawings
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