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Antonis Mor: Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham, pendant to portrait of Anne Fernely  wikidata:Q17331729 
creator QS:P170,Q176694
Antonis Mor: Portrait of Sir Thomas Gresham, pendant to portrait of Anne Fernely
Portretten van Sir Thomas Gresham en Anne Fernely
Object type tabula picta
Genus portrait
Nederlands: Portret van Sir Thomas Gresham. Koopman en financieel agent der Engelse kroon in de Nederlanden, stichter van de Londense beurs en van Gresham College te Londen. Zittend in een stoel, handschoenen in de rechterhand. Pendant van SK-A-3119.
; Anthonis Mor (1519–ca. 1576/78), Antwerpen, ca. 1560–1565, olieverf op paneel
Depicted people Thomas Gresham
Datum 1560 - 1565
date QS:P571,+1560-00-00T00:00:00Z/8,P1319,+1560-00-00T00:00:00Z/9,P1326,+1565-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Medium oil on panel translate
medium QS:P186,Q296955;P186,Q1348059,P518,Q861259
Dimensions drager Height: 90 cm drager Width: 75.5 cm
institution QS:P195,Q190804
Accession number
Place of creation Antwerpen
Object history Acquisition: 1931-05-01
Exhibition history 2004-2008, Het Rijksmuseum aan de Maas, Maastricht
References M. van de Laar, M. Wolters, A. Wallert, 'Anthonis Mor and the portrait of Thomas Gresham', in: Making Art in Tudor Britain, Abstracts from Academic Workshops (2007-2008), internetpublicatie op: http://www.npg.org.uk/research/programmes/making-art-in-tudor-britain/workshops/workshop-3-abstract-1.phpF. Bijl de Vroe, "Het Nationaal Fonds 1930 en de voorzitters M.P. Voûte en E. Heldring", Bulletin van de Vereniging Rembrandt 15 (2005), nr. 2, p. 29-31.
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