|Artist||Conraad Waumans after Anthony van Dyck|
|Dimensions||Image 250 x 192 mm, Plate 257 x 197 mm|
A very finely engraved half length portrait of Marie-Claire de Croy, wearing a dress and a necklace. Positioned to the right but looking at the viewer.
Marie-Claire de Croy, Duchess of Havré(1605 - 1664) Wife of Philippe-François of Croy, Duke of Havré.
Conraad Waumans (619 - 1675 after) was an engraver and draughtsman. He studied under Paulus Pontius from 1633-34 and became a member of the guild of St. Luke in Antwerp c.1636.
Anthony van Dyck (1599 - 1641) Painter, pupil of Rubens. Van Dyke worked in Italy from 1621-26 and then from 1632 onward he predominantly painted in England where he was knighted by Charles I.
'Ioannes Meyssens' removed before excudit in bottom right corner of sheet.
New Hollstein 123.III (Van Dyck), Mauquoy-Hendrickx 149.III, Hollstein 87