Lady Dacre (1633) - Anthony van Dyck - Canvas Print

Size: 8"x10" (20x25cm)
Sale price£19.99
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Lady Dacre (1633) is a portrait painting by the Flemish artist Anthony van Dyck. The subject of the painting is Catherine Dacre, who was the wife of Sir George Dacre, a wealthy English landowner and politician. The painting showcases Lady Dacre in a richly detailed costume, with intricate lace, jewels, and a feathered hat that were typical of high-society fashion at the time. Van Dyck has masterfully captured Lady Dacre's beauty and elegance, emphasizing her refined features and graceful posture. The painting is notable for its use of light and shadow, creating a sense of depth and realism in the portrait. Overall, Lady Dacre is a stunning example of Van Dyck's talent as a painter and his ability to capture the essence of his subjects.

Lady Dacre (1633) - Anthony van Dyck - Canvas Print

  • Premium Quality: Hand stretched over a 38mm pine gallery frame with premium 330gsm cotton canvas.
  • Advanced Finish: Lacquered with satin varnish for UV protection, ensuring vibrant and lasting color.
  • Archival Grade Inks: Printed with archival-grade inks to resist fading, maintaining the artwork's beauty for years.
  • Ready to Hang: Each canvas comes ready to hang right out the box, making installation effortless.
  • Perfect for Any Space: Ideal for homes, offices, or as a gift, our prints add a touch of elegance to any room.

Available Sizes: 8"x10" (20x25cm), 14"x18" (35x45cm)


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