The Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia (1566–1633)

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The sitter was the daughter of Philip II of Spain. She governed over the Spanish Netherlands, a region which comprised modern day Belgium and Luxembourg. In this painting she wears the habit of the Franciscan Order, which she joined after her husband died. This is a three-quarter length variant of the portrait in the collection of the Prince of Liechtenstein.

Walker Art Gallery



The Infanta Isabella Clara Eugenia (1566–1633)




oil on canvas


H 143.5 x W 114.3 cm

Accession number

WAG 1191

Acquisition method

gift from the Royal Insurance Company, 1954

Work type



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