Cesar Boetius van Everdingen, Portrait of Elisabeth van Kessel, 1671



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Title Portrait of Elisabeth Kessel (1640-1717).
Description Portrait of Elisabeth van Kessel, wife of Willem Jacobsz. Baert. At half length, facing left, holding a fan in her left hand. Pendant of File:C. van Everdingen Portrait of Willem Jacobsz. Baert 1671.jpg.
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 109 × 90 cm (42.9 × 35.4 in)
Accession number SK-A-1340
Object history

: sale of the collection of J.H. Cremer at Muller, Pappeldam et al., Amsterdam, lotno. 23

: purchased by the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
Inscriptions top left: ÆTATiS · 3i · / AN·NO· 167i / CVE

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Elisabeth van Kessel (1640-1717). Echtgenote van Willem Jacobsz Baert, 1671, 109 × 90 cm (42.9 × 35.4 in).

RKDimages, Art-work number 14936, as Portrait of Elisabeth van Kessel (1640-1717), 1671, 110 × 90 cm (43.3 × 35.4 in).
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Portrait of Elisabeth van Kessel, wife of Willem Jacobsz. Baert. At half length, facing left, holding a fan in her left hand. Pendant of File:C. van Everdingen Portrait of Willem Jacobsz. Baert 1671.jpg.
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