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A Portrait of a Lady, 18th Century Follower of Rembrandt (1606-1669).

Oil on panel, 48.5cm by 40.2cm.

This portrait, thought in the past to be of Rembrandt’s mother, may be by Thomas Worlidge (1700-1766) who was born in Peterborough and noted for his etched and painted imitations of Rembrandt. It was left to the 9th Earl by Mrs. Wilkinson according to a label on the reverse: “For the Earl of Exeter Left him by Mrs Jane Wilkinson.” It is a pair to PIC129

 

 

 

REFERENCE: PIC125

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