Napkin - Countess Rachel de Ruvigny as Fortune by Anthony van Dyck, reworked portrait. She wears a blue silk mask to match her pale blue silk dress. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.com
Pack of 20 paper napkins - Countess Rachel de Ruvigny as Fortune by Anthony van Dyck, reworked portrait. She wears a blue silk mask to match her pale blue silk dress. From the collection of The Fitzwilliam Museum, brought to you by CuratingCambridge.com

Countess Rachel, Fitzwilliam Masterpieces Edition - Napkins

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Anthony van Dyck, Countess Rachel de Ruvigny as Fortune, 1638 (reworked)

One of The Fitzwilliam Museum most celebrated works of portraiture, Anthony van Dyck's magnificent portrayal of Countess Rachel de Ruvigny of Southampton is given a makeover for our current times. The Countess dons a beautiful blue silk face mask to complement her fine gown. These high quality paper napkins make a fun and practical gift.

Product details:

  • Pack contains 20 paper napkins 
  • Napkin size: 33 x 33 cm 

Please be aware that the last order date for delivery before Christmas in the UK is the 17th of December.

Please be aware the last day to order prints for delivery before Christmas is the 12th of December

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