Posts Tagged ‘Van Dyck’

Van Dyck Henrietta Maria and Charles I

Van Dyck and Britain

After visiting, and immensely enjoying the Van Dyck exhibition at the Jacquemart-Andre last fall in Paris, I was anxious to see this new one in London. There was very little overlap, apart from the self-portrait of the artist reproduced at the beginning of the prior post, and the portrait of Lady Killigrew at the bottom […]



Van Dyck Family portrait

More treasures from the Van Dyck exhibition at the Jacquemart-André

November is coming to a close. Thanksgiving is over, the holiday season is on us. This reminds me that there were too many great works to fit into prior post about the Van Dyck exhibition at the at the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris. Here is family portrait from Van Dyck’s early Flemish period. Keep in […]



Van Dyck Maria de Tassis

Sir Anthony Van Dyck, gentleman-paynter

I couldn’t resist using the antiquated spelling. For that was Sir Anthony’s full title: Principalle Paynter in Ordinarie to their Majesties. I visited the beautiful exhibition dedicated to Van Dyck at the Musée Jacquemart-André in Paris. First a short biography of the artist (here, in this self-portrait painted in his early twenties.) Born in 1599 […]