Caspar Netscher - Portret van Anna Maria Radziwiłł

Portrait of Anna Maria Radziwill by Caspar Netscher, ca. 1665 (PD-art/old), Muzeum Warmii i Mazur w Olsztynie

Vrouw bespeelt een viola da gamba, Pieter Schenk (I), 1670 - 1713

Vrouw bespeelt een viola da gamba, Pieter Schenk (I), 1670 - 1713

Montespan in gold dress by Caspar Netscher

Françoise Athénaïs de Rochechouart de Mortemart, marquise of Montespan October 1640 – 27 May better known as Madame de Montespan, was the most celebrated maîtresse en titre of King Louis XIV of France, by whom she had seven children.

Portrait of a Lady Playing a Viola da Gamba, 1675, by Caspar Netscher (Dutch, c. 1635-1684)

Caspar Netscher Portrait of a Lady Playing a Viola da Gamba, painting Authorized official website

Caspar Netscher Portrait of an elegant lady (1670)

Portrait of an Elegant Lady 1670 reproduction by Caspar Netscher

Caspar Netscher - Dame met fruit en bediende

Caspar Netscher Lady with Fruit and Attendant, painting Authorized official website

https://flic.kr/p/r7MRUV | Netscher, Caspar - Musikstunde | after Caspar Netscher

Caspar (or Gaspar) Netscher – January was a Dutch portrait and genre painter. He was a master in depicting oriental rugs, silk and brocade and introduced an international style to the Northern Netherlands.

"Conversão de Agostinho de Hipona". (1775). (by Charles-Antoine Coypel). Château de Versailles.

"Conversão de Agostinho de Hipona". (1775). (by Charles-Antoine Coypel). Château de Versailles.

"Rinaldo and Armida" by Sir Anthony van Dyck. 1629 oil on canvas. Depicts the sorceress Armida as she falls in love with the knight Rinaldo, whom she had intended to kill. Commissioned for King Charles I. In the collection of the Baltimore Museum of Art, MD.

Rinaldo and Armida, 1629 by Anthony van Dyck. Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), Baltimore, MD, US

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