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File:Frederik Hendrik by Michiel Jansz van Mierevelt.jpg


Artist Workshop of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt

Portrait of Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange.

Alternative title(s):

Portrait of Frederik Hendrik (1584-1647), prince of Orange.
Date circa 1632-1640 (1624-1641)
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 111.5 × 87.7 cm (43.9 × 34.5 in)
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Accession number SK-A-254

Part of a series of four portraits of Princes of Orange at half-length originating from the Admiralty of Rotterdam (for the other three see File:Workshop of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt 005.jpg, File:School of Michiel Jansz. van Mierevelt 001.jpg and File:Workshop of Gerard van Honthorst 001.jpg)

Provenance: 1800: acquired by Nationale Konstgalerij, The Hague

Unknown date: transferred to Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam
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  1. Frederik Hendrik (1584-1647), prins van Oranje - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - National Museum for Art and History.
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