Fitzwilliam Masked Masterpieces: Countess Rachel de Ruvigny of Southampton - Greetings CardRegular price £3.20 Save £-3.20
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Anthony van Dyck, Countess Rachel du Ruvigny as Fortune, 1638
British aristocrat Countess Rachel du Ruvigny of Southampton poses as the goddess Fortune in this beautiful portrait by Flemish artist Anthony van Dyck, painted in c.1638. Her shimmering dress of metallic blue displays her wealth and refinement, while the trappings of the Roman deity demonstrate her power and position.
- Greetings card, blank inside, with envelope
- Compostable starch cello wrapped and FSC approved
- Printed in the UK
- Card size: 17.5 x 12.5 cm
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