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Creator Daniël van den Queborne, 1552/1557–1602/1605, Dutch
Title Sir William Drury, of Hawstead, Suffolk (1550–1590)
Date 1587
Medium Oil on canvas
Dimensions 93 3/4 x 61 1/2 inches (238.1 x 156.2 cm)
Inscribed on recto in black and yellow paint at the upper left in sky: “Sconsolato”; in later hand, in red paint at the lower right corner: “Sir William Drury. K[…]|Marshall of Berwick| 1572”, Dated in black paint on the trunk of the tree at the far right center: “D A | V | 15 Q 87" (A and V in monogram connected to the Q)
Credit Line Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
Accession Number B1973.1.15
Collection Paintings and Sculpture
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People Represented or Subject • Drury, Sir William (1550–1590)
Subject Terms Accession Day tilts | armor | brocade | competition | costume | earring | feather | garter | gloves | helmets | jousting | jousts | lace | lance | landscape | man | military art | military camp | portrait | spur | stirrups | stockings | tent | tents | town | Tudor

Lucy Gent, Albion's classicism, the visual arts in Britain, 1550-1660, v. 2, The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, New Haven, CT & London, UK, 1995, p. 290, fig. 154, N7432.5 C6 A52 1995 (YCBA)

Elizabeth Goldring, Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester and the world of Elizabethan art : painting and patronage at the court of Elizabeth I, The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, New Haven, 2014, pp. 158-59, fig. 135, N5247.L45 G65 2014 (YCBA)

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