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Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang Barock - Porträt [819]

Bildnis Philip Herbert, 4. Earl of Pembroke

Bildnis Philip Herbert, 4. Earl of Pembroke (Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Halbfigur nach links mit dem Stern des Hosenbandordens. Philip Herbert, 4. Earl of Pembroke und 1. Earl of Montgomery (1584–1650), englischer Höfling, Politiker und Kunstförderer. Nach einem Gemälde von Anthonis van Dyck. Philip und sein älterer Bruder William sind das ’incomparable pair of brethren’, dem die First Folio Ausgabe von Shakespeares Gesammelten Werke aus dem Jahr 1623 gewidmet ist.

Inscription

"PHILIPPVS HERIBERTVS COMES DE PENBROKE ET MONGOMERY; BARO/ DE CARDIFFE ET SHIRLAND; D.nus DE PARRE ET ROOS IN KENDALL,/ MARCHIO S.ti QUINTI, REGIS ANGLIAE A CVBICVLIS EQVES PERISCELIDIS./ Ant. van Dyck pinxit./ Robertus van Voerst sculpsit."

Material/Technique

Kupferstich

Measurements

H 24,5 cm; B 17,6 cm (Platte); H 25,1 cm; B 18,3 cm (Blatt)

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1630 - 1639
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1630 - 1639
1629 1641

Object from: Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang

Seit dem Jahr 2002 präsentiert die Stadt Backnang in einem eigenen Graphik-Kabinett im sog. Helferhaus die Ernst-Riecker-Stiftung, eine knapp 1600 ...

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