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Portrait of Thomas Killigrew

Sir Anthony Van Dyck became the leading court painter in England and is most famous for his portraits of royalty, which set the standard for elegance in the genre.

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Portrait of Miss Farrell signed by James Carroll Beckwith

Painting of a Philadelphia socialite by James Carroll Beckwith.

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Portrait of Ferdinand II de Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany

This painting is attributed to the Italian court painter Justus Sustermans and captures the Grand Duke of Tuscany at the height of his power. Other Susterman's portraits of Ferdinand II de Medici hang in museums, including the National Gallery in London and the National Museum Wales.

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Portrait of Captain William Baynes, H.E.I.C. Naval Service

Naval portrait of Captain William Baynes attributed to Sir William Beechey.

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Louis II de Bourbon, Prince de Condé, 'The Great Condé'

Large portrait of the Prince de Condé, known as 'The Great Condé', cousin to King Louis XIV of France and one of France's greatest 17th century military commanders.

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Portrait of Don Alonso de Vargas, Spanish Commander

According to the writing in the upper left hand corner of the painting, Don Alonso de Vargas was a commander under Philip III and IV in Flanders and died in 1636. No attribution.

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Portrait of Louise Francoise de Bourbon, daughter of Louis XIV and Athenais de Montespan

Portrait of Louise Francoise de Bourbon, daughter of Louis XIV and Athenais de Montespan, attributed to Francois de Troy, painter to Louis XIV and the House of France.

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Portrait of The Grand Dauphin

Louis 'The Grand Dauphin' (1661–1711), son of Louis XIV and Marie Therese of Spain. He is shown here in his hunting outfit with his favorite hunting dog.

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3rd Baronet Valentine Browne—Baron of Castlerosse, Later Viscount of Kenmare

Life size. Seated in original papier maché frame. Unsigned. This painting, measuring almost seven feet high, shows a young boy dressed in exquisite silk and lace. Artist unknown. This painting is under current research.

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English Gentleman

Attributed to George Knapton, an important painter to the English aristocracy of the mid to late 18th century.

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