Sir Anthony Van Dyck Art Photos

Sir Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641) a Flemish Baroque artist who became a court painter in England.

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Young self portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Apostle Simon painting by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Apostle Philippus painting by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Portrait of a Flemish Lady by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Young self portrait (c1621-2) by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Apostle Simon painting (c1619-21) by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Apostle Philippus painting (c1619-21) by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Portrait of a Flemish Lady (c1618) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Portrait of a Lady by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Portrait of Thomas Howard, Second Earl of Arundel by Anthony van Dyck at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.Portrait of Man by Anthony van Dyck when in Rubens studio at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Marchesa Durazzo portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, NY.
Portrait of a Lady (c1620) by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Portrait of Thomas Howard, Second Earl of Arundel (c1620-1) by Anthony van Dyck at J. Paul Getty Museum Center. Malibu, CA.Portrait of Man (c1620-1) by Anthony van Dyck when in Rubens studio at Nelson-Atkins Museum. Kansas City, MO.Marchesa Durazzo portrait (c1621-7) by Anthony van Dyck at Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York, NY.
Marchesa Elena Grimaldi-Cattaneo portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Marchesa Elena Grimaldi-Cattaneo portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Filippo Cattaneo portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Genoese Noblewoman & Her Son portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Marchesa Elena Grimaldi-Cattaneo portrait (c1622-3) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Marchesa Elena Grimaldi-Cattaneo portrait (1623) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Filippo Cattaneo portrait (1623) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Genoese Noblewoman & Her Son portrait (c1626) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
St. Francis in Ecstasy painting by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Equestrian portrait of Don Francisco de Moncada painting by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Portrait of James Stuart, duke of Lennox & later duke of Richmond by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
St. Francis in Ecstasy painting (c1630-2) by Anthony van Dyck at Kunsthistorisches Museum. Vienna, Austria.Queen Henrietta Maria with Sir Jeffrey Hudson portrait (1633) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.Equestrian portrait of Don Francisco de Moncada painting (1634-5) by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Portrait of James Stuart, duke of Lennox & later duke of Richmond (1633-4) by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.
Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Katherine, Countess of Chesterfield & Lucy, Countess of Huntingdon painting by Anthony van Dyck & studio at Yale Center for British Art. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Princes Charles-Louis I & his brother Robert by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Catherine Howard, Lady d'Aubigny portrait by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
Portrait of Marie Claire de Croÿ, Duchess d'Havre & Child (1634) by Anthony van Dyck at Legion of Honor Museum. San Francisco, CA.Katherine, Countess of Chesterfield & Lucy, Countess of Huntingdon painting (1636-40) by Anthony van Dyck & studio at Yale Center for British Art. New Haven, CT.Portrait of Princes Charles-Louis I & his brother Robert (1637) by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Catherine Howard, Lady d'Aubigny portrait (c1638) by Anthony van Dyck at National Gallery of Art. Washington, DC.
William II, Prince of Orange, & his Bride Mary Stuart painting by Anthony van Dyck at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of lady & her daughter by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Filips Godines portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.
William II, Prince of Orange, & his Bride Mary Stuart painting (1641) by Anthony van Dyck at Rijksmuseum. Amsterdam, NL.Portrait of lady & her daughter by Anthony van Dyck at Louvre Museum. Paris, France.Sebilla Vanden Berghe portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Filips Godines portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.
Painter Theodor Rombouts portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Maria with Christ child & John the Baptist painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Descent from the Cross painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Martyrdom of St. Sebastian painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.
Painter Theodor Rombouts portrait by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Maria with Christ child & John the Baptist painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Descent from the Cross painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.Martyrdom of St. Sebastian painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.
Martyrdom of St. Sebastian painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.


Martyrdom of St. Sebastian painting by Anthony van Dyck at Alte Pinakothek. Munich, Germany.



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