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Johannes Cornelisz. Verspronck (1641)

Portrait of a girl in blue. Standing, half in the body, in the hands a fan of feathers. Why is this portrait so popular? Because it depicts an adorable child dressed in her Sunday best? As was the custom of the day, the young girl is portrayed as a small adult lady. That she is playing a role is betrayed only by her facial expression. Unfortunately, we know nothing about her identity or her family. Perhaps she resided in Haarlem, like the portraitist Verspronck.

Original Dimensions: W26" X H32"
  • Regular price $852.00
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