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Inscribed recto, lower center, in pen and iron-gall ink: "Ritratti del medesimo Antonio / Vandick in num[ero] novanta."; lower right, in pen and iron-gall ink: "2"; verso, upper left, in pen and black ink: “papier…marque flamand (illegible)"; upper left, in graphite: "no. /26"; lower left, in graphite: "950ter"; lower right, in graphite: "25017(?)"
29.9 × 19 cm (11 13/16 × 7 1/2 in.)
Gift of Monroe Warshaw in honor of Seymour Slive
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The Art Institute of Chicago, “Van Dyck, Rembrandt and the Portrait Print”, March 5 - August 7, 2016, p. 67, fig. 32 (ill.), cat. 63, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis and Maureen Warren.
Unidentified private collection [stamp (unevenly printed and faded), lower right in black ink]. Sold by Paul Zappert (died 2007), New York, to Monroe Warshaw, New York, 2005; given to the Art Institute, 2015.
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