Portrait of Peter Ball (1633-1675) John Riley
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Portrait of Peter Ball (1633-1675)
Half-length portrait of Ball wearing a black skullcap, black robe and white squared collar. The sitter is white-haired and has a small beard and moustache. In a painted oval with an acanthus motif. Peter Ball was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1663.
Original: oil on canvas, 786x645mm. 1671
- Image reference: RS-9741
- The Royal Society
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