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The poultry seller

Unnumbered slide from [RAMM Collection: paintings mainly from the Veitch Bequest] (miscellaneous: Royal Albert Memorial Museum, at least 41 slides, c.1926)

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Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection – reproduced by permission.
Digital image copyright © 2015 Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery, Exeter.

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creator of source image(s): VAN MIERIS, Willem  (1662-1747)

Type of image
drawing / painting / print
height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples of this slide may have varied slightly from these values).
glass / paper
Production process
photography, on glass substrate

The slide shows van Mieris' 1710 painting The poultry seller. This was not part of the Veitch bequest to the RAMM, but was donated by Cecil Holman in 1919 (accession number 66/1919/1). It was not illustrated in the 1926 catalogue of the RAMM art collection.


Example in Royal Albert Memorial Museum Collection, item 318/1977/441  (1977-  )

Lucerna ID  5098106

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 13 October 2015

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