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Elisabeth van Kessel (1640-1717). Echtgenote van Willem Jacobsz Baert Rijksmuseum SK-A-1340
 

 

 

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Artist Caesar Boëtius van Everdingen
Title Elisabeth van Kessel (1640-1717). Echtgenote van Willem Jacobsz Baert wikidata:Q17324024
Description
Nederlands: Portret van Elisabeth van Kessel, echtgenote van Willem Jacobsz Baert. Ten halven lijve, naar links, een waaier in de linkerhand. Pendant van SK-A-1339.
Date
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions drager Height: 109 cm (42.9 in) drager Width: 90 cm (35.4 in)
Accession number SK-A-1340
Object history Acquisition: 1886
Exhibition history

2012-2017, Langdurig bruikleen Stedelijk Museum Alkmaar - II, Alkmaar

2011-2011, Dutch Girls, Amsterdam
Source/Photographer http://www.rijksmuseum.nl/collectie/SK-A-1340
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