Three-quarter length portrait of Lady Killigrew waring a bright russet-red dress and holding two peonies.

Appears to have been conceived as a pair to 'Sir William Killigrew' by Van Dyck which is also in the Tate collection. Both paintings have the sitters' hands positioned at the same low level, and have finely painted landscapes in the background.


Presumably Killigrew family; by 1856 with Foley Grey family; Christie's, 1931; Collings; ?Paul Rodman Mabury of California; Los Angeles Museum of Art; Sotheby Parke Bernet Los Angeles; ...; Christie's, 1981; ...; Joseph Guttmann Galleries, Los A

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