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Warrant to Van Dyck to deliver Queen’s portrait (24 May 1633)


Lord Chamberlain’s Department, Warrant Books 1628 – 1634: A warrant to Van Dyck to deliver the portrait of the Queen painted for the Lord Chamberlain, Philip 4th Earl of Pembroke; the preceding entry is a warrant to Daniel Mytens to deliver a portrait of the King to the Lord Deputy of Ireland, Thomas Wentworth Earl of Strafford, and shows both artists working for the Crown in tandem, before Mytens retired to the Netherlands in 1634.

Date, place
Westminster, 24-5-1633

Archival reference
The National Archives, Kew LC 5/132 f.335

Transcribed by James Innes-Mulraine

Publication history

Published in:

  • Susan J. Barnes, Nora De Poorter, Oliver Millar, Horst Vey Van Dyck: A Complete Catalogue of the Paintings Yale University Press 2003, chronology 24th May 1633

How to cite: Innes-Mulraine, James. “Warrant to Van Dyck to deliver Queen’s portrait.” In Jordaens Van Dyck Panel Paintings Project. Edited by Joost Vander Auwera and Justin Davies. (accessed 5 October 2023)

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Folio 335

Mittens Daniell
A warrant to Daniell Mittens to deliver to your Lord deputy the picture he lately made of the King

Vandike Sir Anthony
A warrant to Sir Anthony Vandike to deliver his Lordship the picture of the Queene hee lately made for the Lord Chamberlaine

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