- Museum number
Object: D. Fredericus de Marselaer
Series: Icones Principum Virorum
Portrait of Frederik de Marselaer, half-length, turned slightly to the right but looking towards the viewer, in front of a draped curtain to the left, coat of arms to the right, with mid-length hair, moustache and goatee, wearing a lace collar and cuffs, buttoned doublet and cloak, his right hand holding a roll of paper at the level of his abdomen, his left hanging beside the body over the hilt of his sword; first state before all lettering; after van Dyck;
- Production date
Height: 241 millimetres
Width: 198 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For an impression of the third state see R,1a.184; for comment on Van Dyck's Iconography see R,1b.47.
The whereabouts of the copper-plate are unknown. The portrait is based on Van Dyck's painting, a copy of which is now kept in The National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, see S. Barnes, N. de Poorter, O. Millar and H. Vey, 'Van Dyck: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings', Yale & London, 2004, cat.no.III.A18.
See also 1848,0425.177 for an impression of the copy by Cornelis Galle I.
- Not on display
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- for the argument that this probably comes from Cracherode, see R,1a.1
- Prints and Drawings
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