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Portrait of a Nobleman in Armour, standing small three-quarter length

1700 to 1800 Dutch

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Portrait of a Nobleman in Armour, standing small three-quarter length

Follower of Caspar Netscher (1639-1684) – Oil on canvas. Portrait of a Nobleman, standing small three-quarter length, in armour, wearing the Order of Joanita and holding a commander’s baton.

Provenance – Ex Collection Earl of Rosebery.

 

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Superb condition.

Provenance

Provenance – Ex Collection Earl of Rosebery.

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