Maria Anna of Hapsburg, Infanta of Spain (1606-1646), as a baby

after Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Madrid 1554 – Madrid 1608)
National Trust Inventory Number 254680

Category Paintings
Date 1800 - 1899
Materials Oil on board
Measurements 190 x 140 mm
Place of origin
Collection Lytes Cary Manor, Somerset (Accredited Museum)
Not on show

Summary description

Oil painting on board, Maria Anna of Hapsburg, Infanta of Spain (1606-1646), as a baby, after Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Madrid 1554 – Madrid 1608), 19th century. The original painting is in Las Descalzas Reales monastery, Madrid and another, contemporary, version is in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. A baby is seen, full-length, seated on the ground looking left, wearing a long dress in red and white.

Provenance

Bequeathed to the National Trust, along with the house, furniture and other contents collected by Sir Walter Jenner, 2nd Bt (1860 - 1948), in 1949.

Credit line

Lytes Cary Manor, The Jenner Collection (National Trust)

Makers and roles

after Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Madrid 1554 – Madrid 1608), artist

References

Vienna 1982 Porträtgalerie sur Geschichte Osterreichs von 1400 bis 1800, Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna 1982 , p.80, no.41, illus.119.

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Place of origin
Materials Wood (126316)
Category Paintings (12603)
Collection Lytes Cary Manor, Somerset (Accredited Museum) (855)
Periods 19th century (165791)
Maker Juan Pantoja de la Cruz (Madrid 1554 – Madrid 1608) (5)
Subjects Maria Anna of Hapsburg, Infanta of Spain, Archduchess of Austria, Holy Roman Empress and Queen of Hungary (1606-1646) (3)
Object Type Oil painting (11497)

Record Status

Enhanced

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