"Portrait Of A Woman - Dutch School Circa 1660"Period: Late 17th - 1660-70 Subject: This portrait of a woman washing her hands at a fountain can be considered as an allegory of purity, even virginity. The coat of arms on the upper left in the tassel of the hanging are those of a young woman since arranged in rhombus. Virginity can therefore be symbolic for this unmarried young woman. We can bring this large-format composition to the work of Pieter Nason (1632-1690), a Dutch painter of portraits often depicted in this way with embellished and colored backgrounds. State: Old restorations. Framing and support: Oil on canvas painted in the nineteenth. Frame also nineteenth in the style of the time, in very good condition. Provenance: Parisian collection. Dimensions: 116 x 82 cm 138 x 104 cm for the frame. Shipping by carrier in cashier possible.