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Attributed to Lambert Doomer (1622/3-1700)
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Attributed to Lambert Doomer (1622/3-1700)

Portrait of Hendrick van Soeteren (+1652), Burgomaster of Calcar, half length, wearing black costume with lace collar; and Portrait of Catharina van Soeteren née von Hien (+1659), half length, wearing a black dress with a red bodice, lace collar and black bonnet

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Attributed to Lambert Doomer (1622/3-1700)
Portrait of Hendrick van Soeteren (+1652), Burgomaster of Calcar, half length, wearing black costume with lace collar; and Portrait of Catharina van Soeteren née von Hien (+1659), half length, wearing a black dress with a red bodice, lace collar and black bonnet
the first with inscription No.2/Henrich von Soeter./(oo Cath.v.Hien) and with the inventory number 87 on the reverse; the second with inscription Cath/v.Soeter/geb v. Hien/No.2/Dessen Ehefrau/Catharina von Hien/Schwester von no.1) and with an old label identifying the sitter and with the inventory number 85 on the reverse
oil on panel a pair
74.2 x 59 cm (2)
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The sitter was the son of Arnold van Soeteren en Margaretha van Lyckraedt tot den Greevel. His wife was the daughter of Franciscus von Hien and Anna Sarts.

The tentative attribution has been kindly suggested by Dr Wolfgang Schulz (oral information), after inspection of the originals on 13 March 2001.
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