John Smith after Gottfried Kneller

Portrait of Arnold Joost van Keppel (1669-1718)
Whereabouts unknown
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Object category
reproductive print
paper, mezzotint
rectangle (portrait format) ? x ? cm
folio (IB)
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1700 - 1724
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Gemerkt linksonder: 'G. Kneller S.R. Imp: & Angl: Eques Aur: pinx:'Gemerkt middenonder: 'I. Smith fec.'Adres rechtsonder: 'Sold by I., Smith at y/e Lyon & Crown in Russel Street Covent Garden'Onderschrift (in cursieve sierletters): 'The Right Hon./ ble Arnold Joost Earl of Albemarle, Viscount Burg, Baron Ashford / of Ashford, Captaine of the first Troope of Guards and Master of the Robes to his Majesty, Colonel / General of y/e Suisses & Grisons, in y/e Service of y/e United Provinces, of y/e Low Countries. and Knight of y/e most Noble / Order of the Garter &c.'Literatuur: Van Someren 51; J. Harenberg, 'Arnold Joost van Keppel, de ideale hoveling?', Jaarboek Achterhoek en Liemers 32 (2009), p. 105-113, i.h.b. afb. (detail) op p. 107Beschrijving: allongepruik, in harnas met sjerp over de linkerschouder met strik op de rechterheup waaraan penning (Orde van de Kouseband); commandostaf in de rechterhand, linkerhand in de heup waar degen hangt; in achtergrond bepluimde helm met open vizier en draperie met franje; rotswand en struiken, boomstammen; rechts doorkijk naar veldslag, ruitergevecht, kruitdamp.
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Creation date: 2009-07-07; Last modified date: 2017-02-11


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