Pieter Schout on Horseback, Thomas de Keyser, 1660

Pieter Schout on Horseback, Thomas de Keyser, 1660

oil on copper, h 86.1cm × w 69.6cm. More details

Equestrian portraits were traditionally the reserve of princes. Accordingly, in the Netherlands very few equestrian portraits were made, except for the court. Only a handful of burghers had themselves immortalized on horseback. Pieter Schout was one such citizen who assumed a princely air. He was bailiff – administrative officer – of Hagestein on the River Lek.

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