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MARC Record view

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245 0 0 $a Decem Magna Arte Et Summa Dexteritate Pictas Effigies, A Celeberrimo & Artificiosissimo Pictore Antonio Van Dyk Integras Ad Vitam Elaboratas; nunc autem, E Pinacothecis Illorum. Ducum Rutlandiæ & Graftoniæ, Ut & Marchionis Whartoniæ, A Se AEri Elegantissime Incisas, Viro Majorum Imaginibus Præclarisque Eorum Meritis Illustrissimo; Ingenti Animo, Summis Virtutibus, Et Singulari Prudentia, Maiores Præstantissimos Antegresso; nec minus Scientiarum Artiumque Laude Florentissimo, Guilhelmo Cavendisch, Devoniæ Duci &c. &c. &c. D.D.D. Humillimus & Obedientissimus Cultor Petrus Van Gunst.
260 # # $a Amstelædami $b Apud Petrum van Gunst, in de Warmoestraat. $c MDCCXVI. $c [1716]
300 # # $a [1] f., [10] pl.; $c 610 mm.
505 0 # $a [T.p.] - [Plates].
508 # # $a All ten plates are signed as painted by 'A. v. Dyk' and engraved by 'P. v. Gunst'.
510 0 # $a S.J. Barnes et al., Van Dyck A Complete Catalogue Of The Paintings (2004), sect. IV. nos. 37, 55, 75, 105, 108, 128, 133, 239, 240; C. Brown et al., Van Dyck 1599-1641 [Royal Academy and Koninklijk Museum exhibition catalogue] (1999); O. Millar, 'Philip, Lord Wharton, and his collection of portraits', in Burlington magazine, 136 (1994), p. 517-30; E. Larsen, The Paintings of Anthony van Dyck, 2 v. (1988); O. Millar, Van Dyck in England [exhibition catalogue] (1982).
520 2 # $a Each plate has an English caption, naming the sitter and the collection in which the portrait was housed. All but two give the dates at which the portraits were painted - which range from 1636 to 1640, that is, during Van Dyck's third and last stay in Britain. They are portraits of [1] 'Charles the First, King of Great Britain'; [2] 'Henrieta Maria, Queen of Great Britain'; [3] 'Margarett Smith, Married to Sr. Thomas Carye one of the Bedchamber, and Brother of Philadelphia Lady Wharton'; [4] 'Jane, Daughter & Heiress of Arthur Godwin of Winchendon in Com. Buck. Esqr. Married Philip Lord Wharton, Father to the late Marquiss of Wharton'; [5] 'Anne, Countess of Chesterfield, Daughter to Thomas Lord Wotton'; [6] 'Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, Daughter of Jocelin Earle of Northumberland'; [7] 'Philadelphia and Elizabeth Whartons, the only Daughters of Philip Lord Wharton, by Elizabeth his first Lady'; [8] 'William Villiers, Viscount Grandisson, Father to ye. late Duchesse of Cleveland'; [9] 'Patricius, Lord Viscount Chaworts, Who took to Wife the Lady Grace, Sister to John, late Duke of Rutland. deceas'd in 1711'; [10] 'Arthur Godwin Father of Jane his sole Daughter and Heiress, second Lady of Philip Lord Wharton'. Portraits 1-7 and 10 are all from the collection of Lord Wharton; no. 8 from that of the Duke of Grafton; no. 9 from that of the Duke of Rutland.
563 # # $a 20th-century half red morocco, red cloth-covered boards; spine lettered 'Van Dyk Decem Pictae Effigies. 1716' and 'R.A.'
600 1 4 $a Van Dyck
600 1 4 $a Wharton
600 3 4 $a Wharton family
653 # # $a Rulers - Monarchs - Kings - Queens - Celebrities - Great Britain - 17th century
653 # # $a Paintings - Portraits - 17th century
653 # # $a Collections - Great Britain - 18th century
655 # 0 $a Pictorial works - Netherlands - 18th century
700 1 # $a Van Dyck $e source artist
700 1 # $a Gunst $e engraver
700 1 # $a Devonshire $e dedicatee