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Portrait of George Villiers

Maker:  Mytens, Daniel


Daniel Mytens: Portrait of George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham, as Lord High Admiral, full length, in silver slashed doublet and hose, with large lace collar, wearing the insignia of the Order of the Garter, carrying a letter and a stick in his right hand, his plumed hat on a table beside him, red curtained background, oil on canvas, 86in. by 53in. Exhibited: Royal Academy 1938 [No 20]; British Institution, London, 1846 [No 103], 1860 [No 2]; Plymouth 1951 [No 32]; Northampton 1951 [No 32]. Literature: E K Waterhouse, Painting in Britain 1530 to 1790, 1953, p37.

ID:  62721


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