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Circle of Willem Wissing (1656-1687)
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Circle of Willem Wissing (1656-1687)

Portrait of the Prince of Orange, later King William III (1650-1702), three-quarter-length, in armour with a lace jabot and the ribbon of the Garter, his left hand resting on his helmet, his right hand holding a baton, in a landscape with a battle raging beyond

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Circle of Willem Wissing (1656-1687)
Portrait of the Prince of Orange, later King William III (1650-1702), three-quarter-length, in armour with a lace jabot and the ribbon of the Garter, his left hand resting on his helmet, his right hand holding a baton, in a landscape with a battle raging beyond
oil on canvas
46 x 37½ in. (116.7 x 95.2 cm.)
Provenance
Melton Constable
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This relates to the signed portrait in the Royal Collection (see O. Millar, Pictures in the Royal Collection: Tudor, Stuart and Early Georgian Pictures, 1963, Oxford, no. 321).
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