Thomas de Keyser

Portrait of Loef Vredericx (1590-1668) as an Ensign

806 detail
806 achterzijde
806 ingelijst
806 voorzijde
806 voorzijde

Thomas de Keyser
Portrait of Loef Vredericx (1590-1668) as an Ensign

1626 Em exibição em Sala 9

In his daily life, Loef Vredericx was a silversmith, but here he is portrayed in the honourable position of ensign of the Amsterdam civic militia. Loef proudly had his portrait painted in this office by Thomas de Keyser, the most celebrated portraitist in Amsterdam at the time. Loef is wearing the costume of a marksman with a green sash around his waist, an iron gorget and a rapier at his side. The standard bears the Dutch lion and the text ‘Pro Patria’ – for the fatherland.

Detalhes técnicos
806 voorzijde

Thomas de Keyser
Portrait of Loef Vredericx (1590-1668) as an Ensign

1626 Em exibição em Sala 9

Acquired with the support of the Rembrandt Association and private individuals, 1931
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Detalhes

Informações gerais
Thomas de Keyser (Amsterdam 1596/1597 - 1667 Amsterdam)
Portrait of Loef Vredericx (1590-1668) as an Ensign
1626
painting
806
Sala 9
Material e detalhes técnicos
oil
panel
69 x 92.5 cm
Inscrições
boven de deur: ANNO TDK 1626
TDK ineen
op het vaandel: PR[O] [P]A[TRIA]
op de achterzijde: LOEF, VREDERICX, SOON, VAN V, I. / IST GEWORDEN ANº 1626. .15. AVGVSTI

Origem

Loef Vredericx, Amsterdam and Utrecht, 1626-1668; Tsar Paul I, Gatschina Palace, near St Petersburg, before 1924; Hirschmann Gallery, Berlin, before 1930; Van Diemen Gallery, Amsterdam, 1930-1931; purchased with the support of the Rembrandt Association and private individuals, 1931