Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
Self-portrait
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description
This portrait has generally been regarded as a self-portrait by Jan Lievens, presumably on the grounds of a certain resemblance to Lievens's features as recorded in Van Dyck's 'Iconographie'. The style, however, suggests a Flemish painter such as Jan Cossiers. Cossiers worked for Rubens in the 1630s, developing a free and fluent style. He painted genre subjects, and became one of Antwerp's leading religious painters.
additional information
Artist Attributed to: Cossiers, Jan
Product code DPG605
Date 1630s
Dimensions 62 x 48
Medium Oil on panel
Copyright © Dulwich Picture Gallery, London / By permission of the Trustees of Dulwich Picture Gallery

Self-portrait

  • £20.00



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