17th Century Art

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Art in the Seventeenth Century.

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history-of-fashion: “ Sir Peter Lely - James II when Duke of York ” Adele, Charles Ii Of England, House Of Stuart, British Nobility, James Francis, Uk History, Fashion History, Bird People, English Royal Family

The Lady In Tweed

history-of-fashion: “ 1665-1670 Sir Peter Lely - James II when Duke of York ”

James Scott Duke of Monmouth, in Garter Robes Son of Charles II and Lucy Walter by Peter Lely (after) European History, British History, Adele, Renaissance, House Of Stuart, 17th Century Fashion, Order Of The Garter, James Scott, Old Portraits

Cœur de l'Histoire

thestuartkings: “James Scott (1649–1685), Duke of Monmouth, in Garter Robes Son of Charles II and Lucy Walter by Peter Lely (after) ”

Antonis van Dyck / Sir Anthony van Dyck, Antwerpen 1599 - London 1641 Prinz Karl Ludwig von der Pfalz / Charles Louis, Elector Palatine The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA Anthony Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, Roi Charles, Prince Charles, Anton Van, House Of Stuart, Google Art Project, Adele, Ludwig

Anthony van Dyck, Prinz Karl Ludwig von der Pfalz / Charles Louis, Elector Palatine

Antonis van Dyck / Sir Anthony van Dyck, Antwerpen 1599 - London 1641 Prinz Karl Ludwig von der Pfalz / Charles Louis, Elector Palatine (1637) The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, USA

View Portrait of Joseph Hoeufft, Heer van Lunenburg half-length, in armour, his right arm resting on a helmet By Nicolaes Maes; oil on canvas; x 16 in. Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Baroque Painting, Baroque Art, Historical Art, Historical Costume, Dutch Republic, Bless The Child, Dutch Golden Age, Dutch Painters, Color Harmony

Maes Nicolaes | Portrait of Joseph Hoeufft, Heer van Lunenburg (1657-1700), half-length, in armour, his right arm resting on a helmet | MutualArt

View Portrait of Joseph Hoeufft, Heer van Lunenburg (1657-1700), half-length, in armour, his right arm resting on a helmet By Nicolaes Maes; oil on canvas; 19¼ x 16 in. (48.4 x 40.6 cm.); Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt.

Jane Middleton, Court of Charles II Charles Ii Of England, House Of Stuart, The Scarlet Pimpernel, Frocks And Gowns, 17th Century Art, King Charles, Restoration, Royalty, Portrait

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Jacob Ferdinand Voet – circa Portrait of an elegant lady, ?, oil on canvas, 73 cm x 59 cm. © The Weiss Gallery Historical Art, Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, 17th Century Fashion, 17th Century Art, Arte Fashion, Baroque Fashion, Luis Xiv, Italian Women

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Sir Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of George Digby, second Earl of Bristol, 1638 Anthony Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, Bristol, Old Hipster, Roman Toga, Dulwich Picture Gallery, Gian Lorenzo Bernini, Google Art Project, Graf

George Digby, 2nd Earl of Bristol

c. 1638. Oil on canvas. 103,2 x 83,2 cm. Dulwich Picture Gallery, London. DPG170. On view: Gallery 2.

Peter Lely - Portrait of Charles Dormer, Earl of Carnarvon Potrait Painting, Painting Art, Victorian Paintings, Historical Art, Royal Fashion, Beautiful Paintings, Kids Outfits, Long Hair Styles, Children

Sold Price: SIR PETER LELY 1618-1680 - June 7, 2006 4:00 AM BST

THE PROPERTY OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE EARL OF CARNARVON PORTRAIT OF CHARLES DORMER, 2ND EARL OF CARNARVON (1632-1709) PORTRAIT OF CHARLES DORMER, 2ND EARL OF CARNARVON (1632-1709)measurements note132 by 112cm., 52 by 44in.Full length, standing, wearing a coral satin suit, a hat in his left hand and a stick in his right hand, a landscape beyondInscribed l.r.: Charles Dormer Earle of CarnarvonOil on canvasPROVENANCEProbably by descent to the sitter's daughter, Elizabeth, wife of Philip Stanhope…

Jacob Ferdinand Voet (Antwerp Paris) , Portrait of Philippe, Duc de Vendôme Grand Prior of the Knights of Malta in France, bust-length, in a feigned oval Old Portraits, Portrait Art, Historical Art, Historical Costume, Ferdinand, Bourbon, Gabrielle D'estrées, Ludwig Xiv, 17th Century Fashion

Portrait of Philippe, Duke of Vendôme (1655-1727), Grand Prior of the Knights of Malta in France, bust-length, in a feigned oval, unknown date, around 1680s // by Jacob Ferdinand Voet (1639–1689)

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Henrietta of England was the youngest child of Charles I of England, Scotland, and Ireland and Henrietta Maria of France. She married Philippe, Duke d'Orleans, the younger brother of Louis XIV of France. Historical Costume, Historical Clothing, British History, Art History, Henrietta Maria, Ludwig Xiv, House Of Stuart, 17th Century Fashion, 18th Century

The Stuarts: Photo

The Stuarts; A blog dedicated to the Stuart Kings and Queens of Britain, and the world they lived in. The House of Stuart (previously spelt Stewart) is a European royal house. Founded by Robert II of Scotland, the Stewarts first became monarchs of the Kingdom of Scotland during the late 14th century, and subsequently held the position of the Kings of Great Britain and Ireland. After the Stewarts gained control of all of Great Britain, the arts and sciences continued to develop; many of…

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