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Anthony Van Dyck, Sir Anthony, Charles I, Henrietta Maria, Joshua Reynolds, S Xvii, Baroque Painting, Rembrandt Van Rijn, 17th Century Art
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Anthony van Dyck - Portrait of Queen Henrietta Maria

The most sought-after portrait painter in Europe, van Dyck would, after King Charles I of England finally secured his services as Principal Painter to his Court in 1632, change the course of painting in Britain forever. The present work is a superb example of the stature and elegance with which van Dyck imbued his sitters, and one of the most important British royal portraits to remain in private hands. [Christie’s, London - Oil on canvas, 102.9 x 83.9 cm]