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Vandyck's pictures at Windsor Castle : historically and critically described / by Ernest Law, B.A. Barrister-at-law; author of "Hampton Court illustrated;" "A history of Hampton Court Palace," etc. ; with plates in photogravure

Ernest Law

RA Collection: Book

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London; Edinbugh: Franz Hanfstaengl, 16, Pall Mall East, Munich, London, New York ; George Bell and Sons, York St. Covent Garden ; William Brown 26, Princes Street, Edinburgh, 1899

Physical Description

[6], 106 p., [30] leaves of plates : ill. ; 52 cm. (fol.)

General Note

At head of title: By gracious permission of Her Majesty the Queen.
Printers name, (Chiswick Press: - Charles Whittingham and Co. Tooks Courty, Chancery Lane, London), on verso of the title-page.


Introduction -- I. Portrait of Vandyck -- II. Charles I and his family -- III. Sir Kenelm Digby -- IV. Ventia, Lady Digby -- V. Queen Henrietta-Maria -- VI. Count Henry de Berg -- VII. The Prince de Cardignan -- VIII. Three elder children of Charles I -- IX. Duke of Buckingham and his brother -- X. Mary Villiers, Duchess of Richmond -- XI. Portrait of a man, called Snellincx -- XII. Charles I on a white horse -- XIII. Princess of Cante-Croix -- XIV. Five children of Charles I -- XV. Queen Henrietta-Maria – full-length -- XVI. Head of Charles I in three positions -- XVII. Queen Henrietta-Maria – full-face -- XVIII. Queen Henrietta-Maria - profile -- XIX. Countess of Carlisle -- XX. Charles II when a boy -- XXI. Thomas Killigrew and Thomas Carew -- XXII. James I. -- XXIII. Charles I in robes of state -- XXIV. Family of Sir Balthazar Gerbier -- XXV. St. Martin dividing the cloak -- XXVI. Mrs. Lemon (at Hampton Court) -- XXVII. Charles I. on a yellow horse (at Buckingham Palace) -- XXVIII. Blessed Virgin and child -- XXIX. Mystic marriage of St. Catherine -- XXX. Christ healing the lame man

Copy Note

"Three hundred copies of this edition on Dutch handmade paper have been printed for sale in Great Britain ; twenty-five for presentation ; and fifty for America. This is No. 66 of the British issue." [colophon].

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