James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

James McArdell
Rachel de Ruvigny, Duchess of Southampton
(after Anthony van Dyck)
1758
mezzotint, ii/iv
Colin Holden Charitable Trust

Jean-Jacques Flipart
Concours pour le prix de l’étude des têtes et de l’expression (Competition for the prize for the study of heads and expression) (after Charles-Nicolas Cochin le Jeune) 1763
etching and engraving
Colin Holden Charitable Trust


Going public—portraits from the Colin Holden Collection

Saturday 29 February to Sunday 3 May 2020

Going public—portraits from the Colin Holden collection brings together prints from the 17th and 18th centuries that were designed to leave a lasting impression on their audiences.

Portrait prints were a highly regarded artistic medium during this era, with portrait painters favouring a select group of accomplished and virtuosic engravers to reproduce their works in printed form. These prints held a distinct function: to communicate the status and achievements of their sitter to the public through purposeful use of expression, ornament and symbolism. Featuring works by renowned European printmakers, this exhibition invites close encounters with luminaries from the period’s cultural, royal and societal milieus.

The Richardson Gallery is dedicated to the display of prints in memory of Dr Colin Holden.

Events

International Women’s Day
Sunday 8 March 2020, from 11.00am to 4.00pm
This is a free event | No bookings required