George Romney

Portrait of Stratford Canning (1786-1880), three-quarter length, seated, in a blue coat



George Romney - Portrait of Stratford Canning (1786-1880), three-quarter length, seated, in a blue coat



George Romney
Portrait of Stratford Canning (1786-1880), three-quarter length, seated, in a blue coat
126 x 104 cm
Oil on canvas
Sale Bonhams, London, 5 December 2012


Provenance

Sale, Frant Court premises, 29 October 1908, according to William Roberts's annotated catalogue (T. H. Ward and W. Roberts, Romney: Essay and Catalogue Raisonné (2 vols., London and New York, 1904)
The Collection of Sir Philip and Lady Haldin, Lympne Place, Lympne, Kent, circa 1920-1958, and thence by descent to the present owner
sale Bonhams, London, 5 December 2012, nr. 97 *bought in(

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George Romney Portrait of Alicia Dundas, Lady Wedderburn (1754-1831), half-length
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A Courtier (fragment of 'The Tempest Act I, Scene 1')

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George Romney Portrait of Frederick Howard, 5th Earl of Carlisle (1748-1825)
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