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Hubert van den Eynden after Anthony van Dyck

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Hubert van den Eynden after Anthony van Dyck

WALPOLES
Portrait of Hubert van den Eynden after Anthony van Dyck; engraved by Lucas Vorsterman I, circa 1650. Retaining margins beyond the plate mark. Mounted and within a modern oak mouldng frame. A fine, sharp and inky impression. 5th state.
o.s:12.25 in x 17.25 in
to mount: 6.75 in x 9.5 in
Lucas Vorsterman was an engraver, etcher, draughtsman and publisher, considered the finest in Rubens school. Following an argument with Rubens in 1622, he left the studio and came to London, 1624. In 1630 Vorsterman returned to Antwerp via Paris and went blind during the decade in which this engraving was produced.
The subject, Hubert Van den Eynde (1593-1662) was a sculptor from Antwerp. He became a master of the Guild of Saint Luke in 1620, the first prominent sculptor of the Van den Eynde family of artists and entrepreneurs.

Period: 

18th Century & Earlier

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111 Portobello Road,
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Walpoles is an antiques business that has been established for more than 35 years with an extensive stock which can be divided into three broad themes: "The Army" encompassing colonial furniture and works of art, folk art of the British soldier as well as campaign furniture, pictures and objects of a military theme; "The Navy" covering fine and folk art associated with the British Royal and Merchant Navy fleets as well as fine art and objects that fall under a title of "The China Trade"; and finally there is an established core of furniture, pictures and works of art typical of "The English Country House".

Founded by Graham Walpole, the business first set up in Church Street, in London’s Marylebone, and by the end of the 1980s had moved to Westbourne Grove, from where they dealt until the turn of the last century. In 2004 Walpoles relocated to their home town of Greenwich and joined the British Antiques Dealers Association but now work from 111 Portobello Road. Please be aware that this shop is too small to show all of the stock on the website and that you should make an enquiry before your journey to ensure that the item in question is there for you to see. We are open every day, with the exception of Sundays, between the hours of 10 a.m. & 4 p.m., (Saturday 7.00 a.m. - 5 p.m.)

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