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Title Floris van Egmond, Count of Buren
Alternative Title Philip Le Bon; Philippe le Bel
Collection Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Artist Attributed to Gossaert, Jan (Flemish painter, ca. 1478-1532)
Previously attributed to Flemish School
Previously attributed to Holbein, Hans, the younger (German painter, draftsman, born 1497 or 1498, died 1543, active in Switzerland and England)
Date Earliest about 1505
Date Latest about 1510
Description A portrait depicting Floris van Egmond, the Count of Buren. Floris is seen wearing the Order of the Golden Fleece around his neck. He is dressed in fine clothing and wearing a hat decorated with aigrettes and a medallion bearing the initials F.B'.
Current Accession Number PM090013
Subject figure; portrait (Floris van Egmond, Count of Buren)
Measurements 35.4 x 27 cm.0 cm (estimate)
Material oil on panel (hardwood {oak})
Acquisition Details Bequeathed by Theresa Macquoid, 1939.
Provenance Lieut-Col. Walter R. Tyrell sale, Christie's, London, March 12, 1892, lot 118 as Philip Le Bon, Third Duke of Burgundy, founder of the order of the Golden Fleece, purchased by Percy Macquoid.
Principal Exhibitions Old Masters, Royal Academy, 1894 cat. no. 4; Early Flemish Art, Bruges, 1902, cat. no. 161.
Publications Friedlander, M.J., Die Alt Niederlandische Malerei, VIII, 1934, cat. no. 53, p.160, 190; Pauwels, H., Hoetink, H.R., Herzog, S., Jean Gossaert Dit Mabuse, Rotterdam, 1965, p. 129; Friedlander, M.J., Norden, H., Early Netherlandish Painting, New York, 1967-76, Vol. VIII, cat. no. 53, ill. 53.
Rights Owner Brighton Museum and Art Gallery
Author Timothy Williams



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