[Pencil drawing of Velázquez's painting "Portrait of the Queen Doña Mariana of Austria"]
|Main Creator:||Osborne, Walter F., (Walter Frederick), 1859-1903 artist.|
Portrait of Queen Doña Mariana of Austria, wife of Philip IV of Spain, three-quarter-length, full face, dressed in Court Mourning for the death of her infant son Don Fernando Thomas. Her right hand is on the back of a chair while her left hand holds a hankerchief. Painted around 1658.
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[London] : [ca. 1901].
This painting hangs in the Museo del Prado, Madrid, Spain.
Physical description: 1 drawing : pencil ; 17.7 x 10.7 cm..
Citations/References: Descriptive and biographical catalogue of the exhibition of the works of Spanish painters / by A. G. Temple, London, 1901, between p. 130 and 131 (summary of this painting on p. 130).
Attributed to Walter F. Osborne, (1859-1903), after an original painting by Diego Velázquez, (1599-1660). Osborne's mother presented the catalogue in which the drawing is found.