Portrait of Brook Taylor (1685-1731) by Hans Hysing

Portrait of Brook Taylor (1685-1731)

Hans Hysing

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Portrait of Brook Taylor (1685-1731)

Hans Hysing

Head and shoulders portrait of Brook Taylor in a painted oval, wearing a shoulder-length grey wig. Taylor is dressed in a light brown coat with prominent buttons, opened to show a yellow silk waistcoat brocaded in a floral design with silver and dark green, also open, and a white shirt and cravat. Artist unknown, possibly by studio of Hans Hysing (1678-1752 or 1753). Taylor was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1712.

Original: oil on canvas, 760x634mm. ca. 1720

  • Image ref: RS-9685
  • The Royal Society

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