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11,142. However accomplished Van Dyck was at painting the landscape it was still just a background. This Green and Pleasant Land: The Story of British Landscape Painting
10,148. The arrival in Britain of Anthony van Dyck changed everything here. (Art & Artists: Van Dyck) Waldemar Januszczak, Baroque! From St Peter’s to St Paul's III, BBC 2009
11,143. How effortlessly he seemed to capture the elegance and swagger of Charles’s court. Waldemar Januszczak, The Lost Genius of British Art ... William Dobson
11,144. In December 1641 just a few weeks before the Civil War broke out the Fates arranged for van Dyck to die. ibid.
120,665. Petworth House: There are 17 Van Dycks in the house … [and] Portrait of an Unknown Genoese Lady … I’m convinced it’s by Van Dyck. (Art & Artists: Van Dyck) Britain’s Lost Masterpieces s3e3: Petworth
120,416. We hunt for a painting hidden within a painting … Could it be the work of Sir Anthony van Dyck, the man who revolutionised English art? (Art & Artists: Van Dyke) Fake or Fortune? s2e3: Van Dyck: What Lies Beneath
91,901. Van Dyck was the greatest portrait painter of his day, the King’s painter. (Art & Artists: Van Dyck) Face of Britain by Simon Schama IV