Gallery Of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm In Brussels, C.1651


Specially commissioned piece designed in the style of "The Archduke Leopold Wilhelm in his Painting Gallery in Brussels." The original painting, by David Teniers the Younger in the 17th century. Commissioned by Archduke Leopold Wilhelm as a gift for Philip IV of Spain. In order to display the grandeur of his art collection in Brussels.

The painting depicts the Archduke as a passionate art collector, surrounded by friends and associates who are admiring the impressive collection of paintings displayed in his gallery. The Archduke's collection was one of the most renowned in Europe during his time, featuring works by celebrated artists such as Titian, Veronese, and Rubens.

In the painting, the artist himself is depicted standing at a table, carefully inspecting engravings, highlighting his active involvement in the world of art. This scene captures the Baroque era, where art and culture were central to courtly life.

A homage to the original, capturing the same sense of grandeur and admiration for fine art. 

  • Oil Painting on Canvas.
  • Gallery Of Archduke Leopold Wilhelm In Brussels.
  • Bespoke Handmade Frame.

Width: 166 cm  |  Depth: 4.5 cm  |  Height: 128 cm

Item Code : OP225A-4RIBBEDMED

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