Portraits of late 17th century British children and young people. One with a pet. John Closterman (Klosterman), artist. Living from 1660 to 1711, he specialized in portraits of European noblemen and their families. From Westphalia but painted a great deal in Britain.

"Portrait of David Papillon (1691-1762), full-length, with a bow and arrows and his dog, in a landscape." ca. 1700. Oil on canvas.
“Portrait of David Papillon (1691-1762), full-length, with a bow and arrows and his dog, in a landscape.” ca. 1700. Oil on canvas. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. viahttps://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/john-closterman-osnabruck-1660-1711-london-portrait-of-6043895-details.aspx
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“The Children of John Taylor of Bifrons Park.” 1696. Oil on canvas. Collection of the National Portrait Gallery, London. Image © NEIGHBOURHOOD MEDIA LIMITED 2020. Fair use license. via https://theglossarymagazine.com/arts-culture/the-must-see-exhibitions-in-london-this-spring/john-closterman-the-children-of-john-taylor-of-bifrons-park-1696-national-portrait-gallery-john-john-closterman-the-children-of-jo
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Portrait of a boy, full-length, in classical dress, with a greyhound, a wooded landscape beyond. No date. Oil on canvas. Circle of John Closterman. Image © CHRISTIE’S 2020. Fair use license. via https://www.christies.com/lotfinder/Lot/circle-of-john-closterman-osnabruck-1660-1711-london-5641730-details.aspx

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