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Pair of Portraits Depicting Lambertus Sijthoff and Christine Voet


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Product ID: 3740 SKU: KD0009. Categories: , . Tags: , , , , .

One of a pair of late 18th century Dutch costume portraits in contemporary frames. The sitter of this portrait is Lambertus Sijthoff born 1731 died 1808. He is member of a family who founded a famous printing house in The Hague, the Netherlands. Included is the portrait of his wife Christine Voet born 1744- died 1788. Judging from her wealth of diamonds she had the money and died early (only 40 years old). Lambertus outlived her 24 years and used her money to start the printing firm. They are typical Louis Sixteenth period portraits. They measure 80 x 60 cm (without frame) and are in the original frames.

Creation Year: circa 1780
Medium: Oil on canvas
Condition: Excellent
Width: 60 cm
Height: 80 cm

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Dimensions60 x 80 cm

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Width: 60cm
Height: 80cm
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