Artist
John Bettes (active 1531‑1570)
Title
A Man in a Black Cap
Date 1545
MediumOil paint on oak
Dimensionssupport: 470 x 410 mm frame: 750 x 628 x 100 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased 1897
Reference
N01496
On display at Tate Britain
Room: 1540
John Bettes, 'A Man in a Black Cap, 1545
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John Bettes,
'A Man in a Black Cap', 1545
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Sir Joshua Reynolds,
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