Portrait of the artist's daughter, Magdalena de Vos, c.1623-24 (oil on canvas) creator Vos, Cornelis de (1585-1651) nationality Flemish description Magdalena de Vos (bapt.1618); formerly attributed to Velazquez; formerly entitled 'Portrait of a young girl (in red)'; location Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, UK medium oil on canvas date 17th (C17th) dimensions
Cornelius de Vos, portrait of Magdalena de Vos
Francisco de Zurbarán (1598 – 1664) “Saint Margaret/Santa Margherita” (1630 – 1634), Oil on canvas, 163 x 105 cm, National Gallery, London
The colour - Elisabeth of Austria (1577-1586), daughter of Karl II of Austria and his wife Maria Anna of Bavaria. She was never married and had no children.
1835 Eugène Delacroix 'Jewish Tangier apartment in a suit' in 1832 visited Morocco, works with the motif of Jewish women of Tangier.
Cornelis de Vos (1584–1651) Portrait of a Young Girl in an embroidered dress, carrying a basket of cherries and accompanied by a dog 1622
Madonna and Child
Archduchess Eleanor of Austria by Jakob Seisenegger, 1536, Kunsthistorisches Museum Eleanor would have been about two years old when this portrait was made.