30 January 2007
Jan Adam Kruseman (Haarlem 1804-1862), after Sir Peter Paul Rubens
Portrait of Jacqueline of Caestre, half-length, in a black and white embroidered dress with a lace collar, seated in a green chair
signed 'Kruseman' (lower left)
oil on canvas
75.8 x 60.7 cm.
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E. Lipke-Deetman, Jan Adam Kruseman 1804-1862, Nijmegen, 2002, p. 210, no. 7.
This picture is after the painting from Rubens' studio in the Museum of Fine Arts in Brussels. It was probably painted during Kruseman's stay in Brussels for study purposes in 1822.
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