Ref NoONM/2/111
TitleDyck, Anthony van, 1599-1641: 'Second Flemish period: portraits'

-letter from Alexander Hope, Christie's, dated 3 April 2001, concerning the painting: Portrait of Ambrogio Spinola
-letter from David Barclay, Lucerne Gallery, London, dated 7 July 1981, concerning the painting: Portrait of Erycius Puteanus by Sir Anthony Van Dyck with a copy of Millar's reply
-note on Amalia van Solms
-letter from T.G.L.O. Van Kretschmar, Assistant Keeper, Iconographisch Bureau, Den Haag, Netherlands, dated 29 November 1963, concerning a portrait purported to be of Daniel Mytens and his Wife by Van Dyck at Woburn Abbey
-letter from Todd Longstaffe-Gowan, London, dated 15 March 1996, concerning a portrait of Isabella Clara Eugenia resembling Van Dyck's composition in the Louvre
-letter from P. de Boer, Kunsthandel P. de Boer, Amsterdam, Netherlands, dated 30 January 1959, concerning the Portrait of Duke WOlfgang Wilheml von Pfalz-Neuburg by Sir Anthony Van Dyck
-letter from Emily Black, Sotheby's, dated 29 November 1993, concerning a painting purported to be a copy after Van Dyck's portrait of Michel le Blon
-letter from Frij(?), dated 7 November (?), concerning a collection at Little Ponton, near Grantham, Lincolnshire
-postcard from Aileen Ribene(?), dated 21 April 1998, concerning a portrait of Prince William of Orange
-letter from Dr Reinhold Baumstark, Director, Furstliche Sammlungen, Liechtenstein, dated 20 November 1989, concerning the painting: Count Johann VIII of Nassau-Siegen by Sir Anthony Van Dyck
-letter from Marina C.E. Aarts, Amsterdam, Netherlands, dated 18 January 2004, concerning the painting: Marques of Leganes attributed to Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Extent1 file (161 image; 9 letters; 1 note; 1 postcard)
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