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Portrait of a Man in a Black Wig

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Nicolaes MAES , 1634 - 1693

Portrait of a Man in a Black Wig


Date: about 1680
Medium: Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 47.6 x 38.7 cm
Acquisition credit: Layard Bequest, 1913

This is a half-length portrait of an unidentified sitter in an oval surround. It was formerly attributed to Caspar Netscher, but is now recognised as a work by Maes, who painted a number of portraits of this type in his later years. There is another portrait by Maes of the same sitter, signed and dated 1665 (formerly Washington, Johnson collection).

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