Anthony van DYCK

Born
22 March 1599 Antwerp, Flanders
Died
09 December 1641 London, England
Nationality
Flemish

 (112 works)

Img Title Date Artist Medium Acc #
Albert de Ligne, Prince de Barbancon et d'Arenberg Albert de Ligne, Prince de Barbancon et d'Arenberg c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK engraving 160C-5
Paul de Vos Paul de Vos c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK etching 154A-5
Philippe le Roy, Baron de Broechem Philippe le Roy, Baron de Broechem c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK etching 159A-5
Josse de Momper Josse de Momper (c. 1626-1632) Anthony van DYCK etching 145A-5
Juste Suttermans Juste Suttermans c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK etching 150D-5
Didier Erasme Didier Erasme c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK etching 143B-5
Antoon Triest Antoon Triest (1630s-1645) Pieter de JODE; Anthony van DYCK (after) etching and engraving 151A-5
Prince Thomas Francois of Savoy. Prince Thomas Francois of Savoy. c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK (after) engraving X378-5
Adrien Brouwer Adrien Brouwer c. 1645 Anthony van DYCK engraving 162D-5
Antoine Trieste Antoine Trieste c. 1645 UNKNOWN; Anthony van DYCK (after) etching 151B-5
Studies of arms and other limbs Studies of arms and other limbs (early 17th century) Anthony van DYCK black chalk on dark oatmeal paper 353-4
Jean Waverius Jean Waverius Anthony van DYCK etching and burin 156A-5
Josse de Momper Josse de Momper (c. 1645) Anthony van DYCK etching 145C-5
Antoine Cornelissen Antoine Cornelissen Anthony van DYCK etching 141B-5
Maria Stuart, Duchess of Portland Maria Stuart, Duchess of Portland 1650 Wenceslaus HOLLAR; Anthony van DYCK (after) etching 562-5
Le Christ au Roseau Le Christ au Roseau Anthony van DYCK etching and burin 157B-5
Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton (c. 1640) Anthony van DYCK oil on canvas, wood 1246-3
Self-portrait Self-portrait (c. 1626-1632) Anthony van DYCK; Jacob NEEFFS etching 142B-5
Sir Anthony van Dyck Sir Anthony van Dyck 1644 Wenceslaus HOLLAR; Anthony van DYCK (after) etching 1395-5
Cornelius van der Geest Cornelius van der Geest before 1900 UNKNOWN; Anthony van DYCK (after) oil on wood panel 149-2