Don Ignacio Leonel Gómez Cervantes
- Artist: Mexican (Culture)
- Medium: Oil on canvas
- Geographical Location: Mexico
- Dates: 1788
- Dimensions: 40 1/2 x 32 1/2in. (102.9 x 82.6cm)
- Inscriptions: Inscribed across the bottom: " El Sr. Dn. Ignacio Leonel Gomez de Cervantes, Padilla, Niño de Cordova, Riva de Neyra, Fernandez de la Higuera, Gorraes Estrada Ve-/(lasco) Urrutia de Vergara, Cavallero Maestrante de la Real de Ronda, Marques de Salinas del Rio de Pizuerga. Señor de las Vi-/llas de Berniches de Sauguiya, de Enares Gentil Hombre de Camara de S.M.C. con entrada. Alclade Ordinario / (last line of inscription destroyed)."
- Collection: European Art
- Museum Location: Brooklyn Museum, BMA, EXHIBITION-5, American 5Q44
- Accession Number: 52.166.6
- Image: 52.166.6_SL1.jpg. Brooklyn Museum photograph, 0,
Don Ygnacio Leonel Gomez de Cervantes (1762-1813).
An oil painting by an unknown artist.
He is seen in three-quarter length and view facing to the right of the picture. He wears a wig with the ends curled and stands in front of a pale pink curtain against a neutral background. There is a lace jaboe and lace at the cuffs. His coat is gold with blue inserts over a red undercoat. He holds a cane in his right hand and his left hand is in his vest. In back of the right side of his coat is a sword handle.
Condition: Good generally though there are cracks along the bottom which partially obliterate the inscription, and at the top and at the upper right hand side.