The central figure has been identified as George Gage (about 1582 - 1638) whose family arms (a saltire and sun in splendour) entwined with the family crest (a ram's head) are on the sculpted pedestal (bottom right). Gage was a diplomat and an agent in Italy and the Netherlands for the great English collectors of the early 17th century. He is shown here being offered a piece of sculpture.

The portrait was painted in Italy, probably in the summer of 1622 or 1623, when both the artist and the sitter were in Rome.

Product Code NG49
artist Anthony van Dyck
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Portrait of George Gage with Two Attendants

Anthony van Dyck

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