Inigo Jones, from "The Iconography"

After Anthony van Dyck Flemish
Engraver Robert van Voerst Dutch
Sitter Inigo Jones British

Not on view

Van Dyck's portrait of the English architect Inigo Jones hung in the Common Parlour at Houghton Hall, Owned first by the sitter, then his nephew the architect John Webb, Sir Robert Walpole acquired it after 1736. The painting was one of those sold to Catherine the Great in 1779 and is now in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg.

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