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Photo of Portrait of a lady, thought to be Dionesse Cullum, wife of Robert Colman
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T07241

Portrait of a lady, thought to be Dionesse Cullum, wife of Robert Colman

Artist: Haerman Verelst 1641 or 2 -1699
Date: c.1685
Classification: painting
Medium: Oil paint on canvas
Dimensions: unconfirmed: 750 x 630 mm

Presented by Mrs Gilbert Cousland to celebrate the Tate Gallery Centenary 1997

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