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"Robert Rich, Second Earl of Warwick" by Anthony van Dyck (1632-1635) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "A Puritan sailor of fortune, the first earl of Warwick set up companies in Virginia and the Caribbean, helped colonize Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and seized Spanish ships on behalf of the Duke of Savoy and Charles I. The latter’s policies made Warwick side with Parliament as commander of the navy (from 1642)."

"Robert Rich, Second Earl of Warwick" by Anthony van Dyck (1632-1635) at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York - From the curators' comments: "A Puritan sailor of fortune, the first earl of Warwick set up companies in Virginia and the Caribbean, helped colonize Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island, and seized Spanish ships on behalf of the Duke of Savoy and Charles I. The latter’s policies made Warwick side with Parliament as commander of the navy (from 1642)."

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All sizes | Antonis Mor (a follower of) - Portrait of a Count Lady, 1570 at Art Institute of Chicago IL | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

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