by Louis Tocqué
Portrait of Isaac van Rijneveld1738
Isaac and Arnoldus van Rijneveld worked for their father, a prominent Amsterdam jeweller. They travelled regularly to Paris, the leading European centre for goldsmith’s work. There they had themselves portrayed by Tocqué, an artist who had painted their elder brother in 1737. This pair of likenesses probably dates from the following year.
- Courtesy of Rijksmuseum
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