Portrait of Paul Rycault (1629-1700) Hans Hinrich Rundt
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Portrait of Paul Rycault (1629-1700)
Three quarter length portrait of an elderly (aged 62 years) Rycault wearing a long brown wig. Dressed in a brown coat with a richly brocaded waistcoat and cuffs, with a lace-trimmed white shirt and lace neck-cloth. The sitter has brown gloves, one of which is held by the left hand: the right is bare and holding what may be a hat. By Rycault's left hand is a sword-hilt. A background of architectural pillar and arches appears at the subject's right (left as viewed). Paul Rycault was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1666.
Original: oil on canvas, 1245x953mm. 1691
- Image reference: RS-9280
- The Royal Society
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