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Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Support: 25.400 x 39.400 cm
Scope and content
Margins cropped. Partial platemark. Illegible watermark, centre. Torn, u.c. edge. Issued as one of a set of four commemorating the visit of the so-called "Indian Kings" to London in 1710.
John Verelst commissioned to paint portraits by Her Majesty. Arrived at dates by consulting sources listed on filing card.
See entries on file card. Also: Whinney, Margaret and Oliver Millar: English Art 1625-1714, The Oxford History of English Art, Oxford, 1957, pp. 192, n.3 and p. 280.
Conditions of access
Copy negative C-041140
A269-01 Item no. assigned by LAC 170
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1970-189-170 W.H. Coverdale Collection of Canadiana
Inscription: Titled, recto, l.c. edge, "Ho Nee Yeath Tan No Ron King of the Generethgarich". Printed, recto, l.l. edge, "I[sic] Verelst pinx", l.c., "I. [sic] Simon fecit," l.r., "Printed and sold by John King at ye Globe in ye Poultrey. London."
2. Ho Nee Yeath Tan No Ron.
3. Four Indian kings.
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