24 - 25 May 2016
Flemish School, 17th century
Portrait of a gentleman, half-length, in a black costume with a white flat collar, holding a white handkerchief
oil on canvas
78.7 x 64.6 cm.
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According to an old label on the reverse this portrait was attributed to Abraham de Vries (Den Haag 1590-1649/50) by Prof. von Rakint on 12 August 1939 and identified to be a self-portrait.
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