Wikidata : Q28044318
Barbara Palmer (née Villiers), Duchess of Cleveland with her son, Charles Fitzroy, as Madonna and Child
Barbara Palmer (née Villiers), Duchess of Cleveland...
Peter Lely - National Portrait Gallery

Barbara Palmer (née Villiers), Duchess of Cleveland with her son, Charles Fitzroy, as Madonna and Child



Matériau : peinture à l'huile - toile

hauteur : 124.7 centimètre – largeur : 102.0 centimètre

Numéro d'inventaire : NPG 6725

Collection : National Portrait Gallery

Localisation : National Portrait Gallery

Genre : Art sacré - portrait historié

Sujet de l'œuvre : Vierge à l'Enfant

Dépeint : Marie - Enfant Jésus - Barbara Palmer - Charles Fitzroy

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