Portrait of a Woman

Adriaen Hanneman Dutch

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Hanneman was a highly successful portraitist in The Hague, where his Dutch version of Van Dyck's style ideally suited the court city's cosmopolitan patrons. This portrait of an elegant young woman dates from about 1653. The detailed passages of lace were probably painted by an assistant.

Portrait of a Woman, Adriaen Hanneman (Dutch, The Hague 1603/4–1671 The Hague), Oil on canvas

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