A Gentleman, traditionally said to be Chief Justice, Sir John Glynne (1603-1666)
Oil painting on panel, A Gentleman, traditionally said to be Chief Justice, Sir John Glynne (1603-1666), Dutch School, 17th century. An oval framed half-length potrait of a Dutchman, to left, head facing, wearing a black cap and robe with a white collar.
Given by Philip Yorke III (1905 – 1978) along with the estate, house and contents to the National Trust in 1973
Erddig, The Yorke Collection (National Trust)
Makers and roles
Dutch School, artist previously catalogued as attributed to British (English) School, artist