"Notable Sales","Pieter Jansz. Pourbus","The Last Supper"

"16th Century","German","Nicolas de Neufchâtel","Portrait of an Unknown Gentleman"

"French","Royal","15th century","Jacob de Litemont","Louis XI, King of France (1423 – 1483)"

"18th Century","British","English","Military","Royal","Sash","Tudor and Stuart","Antonio David","Prince James Edward Stuart (1688 - 1766), a ricordo"

"Notable Sales","François Clouet","Madeleine Le Clerc"

Weiss at Paris Tableau, 13–17 Nov 2013 (stand 19)

Paris Tableau

The Weiss Gallery will be exhibiting for the third year running at the prestigious Old Master art fair Paris Tableau in the renowned Palais de la Bourse in Paris, the former French temple of finance. We will be taking a select group of portraits, among them our two French kings, Louis XI from the School of Tours, 1470, and Frans Pourbus the Younger's Louis XIII, c. 1620.

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Significant sale to the National Portrait Gallery

Lady Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset by William Larkin

The Weiss Gallery is thrilled to have sold a long lost portrait of Lady Anne Clifford, Countess of Dorset by William Larkin to the National Portrait Gallery, London. Anne Clifford's tenacious battle to inherit her family’s vast estates in the 17th century, has made her a modern feminist icon. She commissioned the portrait from Larkin, one of the most fashionable artists of the Jacobean era, and mentioned it in her diary.

The Tudor Child - An Exhibition

The Tudor Child catalogue cover

The Weiss Gallery is pleased to announce a collaborative project with The Tudor Tailor to celebrate the launch of The Tudor Child - a sumptuously illustrated book offering a detailed insight into sixteenth century clothing for infants, young children and youths. The Tudor Tailor is a team of dress historians and costumiers, which publishes accurate and accessible scholarship on historic clothing. The work investigates how Tudor children’s clothing demonstrated their place in society and signalled their growing maturity.

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