Other Artists

These are the panels related to artists other than Jacques Jordaens and Anthony Van Dyck that have been examined by the JVDPPP. The panels are (remotely) related to work of the two artists either as copies or by stylistic or dendrochronological relations. The artists include Rubens, Remigius van Leemput, Willam Dobson and T.S. White.

All entries include a detailed photo of the front and reverse of the panel as well as photo’s of possible marks, inscriptions and labels. The entries also contain extensive provenance and literature reports in addition to the dendrochronological data the project was able to retrieve through their examinations of the panels.

Peter Paul Rubens

Peter Paul Rubens (1577 – 1640) was the leading Flemish artist of the seventeenth century. He primarily worked for the Catholic church and the royal courts of Europe and is best known as a painter of religious pictures, mythological scenes, classical and modern history, and portraits. In the 1620’s the young Van Dyck was working in the studio of Rubens. The influence Rubens had on the stylistic development of Van Dyck is apparent in much of his early work.

Study Head of an Old Woman
Study Head of an Old Woman
Whereabouts unknown
Head Study of a Woman
Head Study of a Woman
Private Collection
Head Study of a Bearded Man
Head Study of a Bearded Man
Szépmûvészeti Museum (Museum of Fine Arts), Budapest, Hungary

Remigius van Leemput

Remigius van Leemput (1607 – 1675) was a Flemish portrait painter, copyist, collector and art dealer mainly active in England. He was an associate of Anthony Van Dyck and is though to have assisted the master in his studio. He produced copies of van Dyck’s work and later also of other painters such as Peter Lely.

The Duchess of Devonshire
The Duchess of Devonshire
Private collection, United Kingdom
Portrait of Lady Mary Boleyn (c.1499 - 1543)
Portrait of Lady Mary Boleyn (c.1499 – 1543)
Royal Collection Trust, London, United Kingdom
Katherine Howard, Lady d'Aubigny (d. 1650)
Katherine Howard, Lady d’Aubigny (d. 1650)
Royal Collection Trust, London, United Kingdom
Jane Needham, Mrs Myddleton (1645 - 1692)
Jane Needham, Mrs Myddleton (1645 – 1692)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Henrietta Boyle, Countess of Rochester (1646 - 87)
Henrietta Boyle, Countess of Rochester (1646 – 87)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Frances Stuart, Duchess of Richmond (1647 - 1702)
Frances Stuart, Duchess of Richmond (1647 – 1702)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Portrait of a Lady
Portrait of a Lady
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland (1641 - 1709)
Barbara Villiers, Duchess of Cleveland (1641 – 1709)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Barbara Villiers, Countess of Suffolk (1622 - 1681)
Barbara Villiers, Countess of Suffolk (1622 – 1681)
Royal Collection Trust, London, United Kingdom
Anne Villiers, Countess of Morton (d. 1654)
Anne Villiers, Countess of Morton (d. 1654)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Frances Stuart, Countess of Portland (1617 - 1694)
Frances Stuart, Countess of Portland (1617 – 1694)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Penelope Naunton, Countess of Pembroke (1620 - ?47)
Penelope Naunton, Countess of Pembroke (1620 – ?47)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Anne Carr, Countess of Bedford (1615 - 1684)
Anne Carr, Countess of Bedford (1615 – 1684)
Royal Collection Trust, United Kingdom
Diana Russell, Countess of Bradford (1624 - 1695)
Diana Russell, Countess of Bradford (1624 – 1695)
Royal Collection Trust, London, United Kingdom
Portrait of Anne Carr, Countess of Bedford
Portrait of Anne Carr, Countess of Bedford
Private Collection, United Kingdom

Other artists related to Jordaens and Van Dyck

Listed below are all other panels related to the work of Jordaens and Van Dyck that are not by Rubens or Van Leemput. In addition to unidentified Flemish masters it includes artists such as the British portraitist William Dobson (1611 – 1646) and T.S. White copied Van Dyck’s Iconography series.