Portrait of Jean-Andre de Luc (1727-1817) Anonymous
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Portrait of Jean-Andre de Luc (1727-1817)
Head and shoulders portrait of an elderly De Luc dressed in a dark suit, balding but with long white hair to the shoulders. Inscribed in pencil "1773" and "J A de Luc" lower left and right respectively. Inscribed verso: "J A De Luc F.R.S. [chemist Ã» struck through] Geologist 3/6" Jean-Andre de Luc was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1773.
Original: stipple engraving. Early 19th century
- Image reference: RS-9537
- The Royal Society
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