Lely discovery at Philip Mould & Co

An exciting find announced today by the art experts at Philip Mould’s in London.  This striking portrait was previously without an attribution for sitter or painter, but has now been identified as a work of Sir Peter Lely.

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                 Henry Rich, Lord Kensington (1642-1659), c.1657

Read the full story on their website here…Philip Mould & Co

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