Anthony van Dyck
Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton (c. 1640)
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne Felton Bequest, 1922
Oil on canvas
222.4 x 131.6 cm
Painted in England while he worked as court painter to Charles I
One of 10 versions of this work, most likely the original
Pigments used (my guess) 
-lead white
-charcoal black
-yellow ochre
-vermilion
-smalt
-azurite
-possibly indigo
-cassel brown
Would be linseed oil binder, could have some walnut oil in the blues, based on past working practices.

Anthony van Dyck

Rachel de Ruvigny, Countess of Southampton (c. 1640)

National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne
Felton Bequest, 1922

Oil on canvas

222.4 x 131.6 cm

Painted in England while he worked as court painter to Charles I

One of 10 versions of this work, most likely the original

Pigments used (my guess)

-lead white

-charcoal black

-yellow ochre

-vermilion

-smalt

-azurite

-possibly indigo

-cassel brown

Would be linseed oil binder, could have some walnut oil in the blues, based on past working practices.