(1599-1641) Flemish portrait and religious painter and etcher, also known as Sir Anthony Vandyke.
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ARC: Anthony Van Dyck
Provides images of the artist's work with information such as date, medium and painting size.
The Art Institute of Chicago
Features Van Dyck’s gallery.
Artble: Anthony Van Dyck
Features a biography, style and technique regarding the |MOVEMENT| artist. Includes a list of his famous works with proper date, size and medium.
The Athenaeum: Anthony Van Dyck
Features a total of 63 paintings belong to the Flemish Baroque painter in high detail.
Biblical art by Anthony Van Dyck
Gallery based on artist's work related to the bible scriptures.
The Grave of Anthony Van Dyck
Location and pictures of the Flemish Baroque artist's grave including a brief biography.
Humanities Web: Anthony Van Dyck
Presents a biography, images of his famous portraits and additional suggested reading.
The J. Paul Getty Museum
Short biography regarding Van Dyck along with historical notes on his famous paintings.
National Galleries of Scotland
Historical information on multiple Van Dyck's masterpieces.
NGA: Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Artist's paintings from National Gallery of Art.
Olga's Gallery: Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Comprehensive collection of the images of his works with biography and historical comments.
Rijksmuseum - Anthony Van Dyck
Short introduction to his life including analysis on six of his paintings such as 'Titian and his mistress', 'Sheet of Studies' and 'William and Mary' among others.
Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Artist's biography and collection of paintings from the National Gallery, London, UK.
Van Dyck's Climb to the Top
Article centered on the artist's career.
Web Gallery of Art: Dyck, Sir Anthony van
Presents a set of images towards his artworks and a brief biography.
Web Gallery of Art: Sir Anthony Van Dyck
Image gallery and artist's biography.
WebMuseum: Dyck, Sir Anthony van
Artist's biography and a collection of images.
Wikipedia: Anthony Van Dyck (1599 - 1641)
Biography, studio and artworks regarding the Flemish Baroque artist.
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