Charles D' Agar

France (16691723 ) - Artworks
AGAR d' Charles Portrait Of A Young Gentleman

Christie's /Nov 23, 2005
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Charles D' Agar -  Double Portrait Of Lady Henrietta And Lady Mary Godolphin, Daughters Of Francis, 2nd Earl Of Godolphin, Full-length, The Former Standing In Classical Dress With A Pink Cloak, Holding A Parrot And A Bunch Of Grapes, The Latter Seated In A White Dress With

Charles D' Agar - Double Portrait Of Lady Henrietta And Lady Mary Godolphin, Daughters Of Francis, 2nd Earl Of Godolphin, Full-length, The Former Standing In Classical Dress With A Pink Cloak, Holding A Parrot And A Bunch Of Grapes, The Latter Seated In A White Dress With

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Lot Description Charles D'Agar (Paris 1669-1723 London) Double portrait of Lady Henrietta and Lady Mary Godolphin, daughters of Francis, 2nd Earl of Godolphin, full-length, the former standing in classical dress with a pink cloak, holding a parrot and a bunch of grapes, the latter seated in a white dress with blue cloak, in a garden, classical buildings beyond with identifying inscription 'CHILDREN of FRANCIS 2d EARL of GODOLPHIN.' (upper left) oil on canvas 53 3/8 x 46½ in. (135.5 x 118 cm) in an early 18th century panel frame Provenance By inheritance through Lady Mary Godolphin to the Dukes of Leeds, Hornby Castle, Yorkshire. Acquired from Century House Galleries, in 1931, by Harold Pearson, 2nd Viscount Cowdray. Literature C. Anson, Catalogue of the Paintings and Drawings in the Collection of The Viscount Cowdray, London, 1971, p. 30, no. 92, as 'Michael Dahl' (in the West Gallery). View Lot Notes › The sitters were the daughters of Francis, 2nd Earl of Godolphin (1678-1766), and his wife Lady Henrietta Churchill (1681-1722), daughter of John Churchill, 1st Duke of Marlborough. Henrietta (d. 1776) married the statesman and Prime Minister Thomas Pelham-Holles, 1st Duke of Newcastle. Like her husband she was a devoted Whig. Her younger sister Mary, who was actually the illegitimate child of the famous playwright, William Congreve, was raised by the 2nd Earl of Godolphin as his own and was his eventual sole heiress, marrying Thomas Osborne, 4th Duke of Leeds in 1740.
Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Lady Identified As Mary Magdalen Myre, Half-length, In A Blue Dress, In A Painted Oval

Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Lady Identified As Mary Magdalen Myre, Half-length, In A Blue Dress, In A Painted Oval

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Charles D'Agar (Paris 1669-1723) Portrait of a lady identified as Mary Magdalen Myre, half-length, in a blue dress, in a painted oval oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.) Provenance By descent in the family of the sitter. (Probably) Thomas Ryland, the Redlands, by 1895. Lord Redesdale, Batsford Park.
Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of William Wodehouse, Half-length, In A Blue Jacket, White Scarf And Robe, In A Painted Oval; And Portrait Of Sophia Wodehouse, In A Pink Dress With White Chemise And Blue Shawl, Holding A Garland, A Landscape Beyond, In A Painted Oval

Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of William Wodehouse, Half-length, In A Blue Jacket, White Scarf And Robe, In A Painted Oval; And Portrait Of Sophia Wodehouse, In A Pink Dress With White Chemise And Blue Shawl, Holding A Garland, A Landscape Beyond, In A Painted Oval

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Pre-lot TextTHE PROPERTY OF A LADY Lot Description Charles d'Agar Paris 1669-1723 Portrait of William Wodehouse, half-length, in a blue jacket, white scarf and robe, in a painted oval; and Portrait of Sophia Wodehouse, in a pink dress with white chemise and blue shawl, holding a garland, a landscape beyond, in a painted oval the first, inscribed and dated 'William Wodehoufe Esq./1720.' (lower right); the second, inscribed and dated 'Mifs Wodehoufe./1720' (lower right) oil on canvas the first 30 1/8 x 25 1/8 in. 76.5 x 63.8 cm.; the second 29¾ x 24 5/8 in. 75.6 x 62.5 cm. a pair (2) Provenance Anonymous sale; Sotheby's, London, 13 November 1991, lot 29.
Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Young Gentleman

Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Young Gentleman

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Charles D'Agar (1669-1723) Portrait of a young gentleman of the Halsey family,three-quarter-length, in a green coat and hat with a pink cloak,holding a bow in his left hand, in a landscape, feigned oval oil on canvas 30¼ x 25¼ in. (76.8 x 64.1 cm.) Provenance The Halsey Family, Gaddesden Place, Hertfordshire. The identity of the sitter is not recorded, however, it wouldseem likely on the basis of the date of the portrait that thesitter was one of the sons of Thomas Halsey (d.1715), Member ofParliament for Great Gaddesden and High Sheriff of Hertfordshire,and his wife Anne Henshaw. Their first son, Henshaw, succeeded hisfather in 1715, but died without issue in 1738. Their second son,Charles, also High Sheriff of Hertfordshire, married Agatha Dorrienin 1746. Charles D'Agar was the only surviving son of the portrait painterJacques D'Agar (1642-1715). He was born in Paris in 1669, but hisfamily were forced to emigrate to London, on account of theirProtestant faith, between 1678 and 1681. In 1684, the D'Agar familyleft England for Copenhagen, where Charles' father worked at theCourts of Christian V and Frederick IV, until his death in 1715.Charles returned to England in 1691 and became a portraitist at theCourt of William III (1650-1702). His reputation rivalled that ofSir Godfrey Kneller (1646-1723).
Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Lady, Possibly Henrietta Louise Jeffreys, Countess Of Pomfret

Charles D' Agar - Portrait Of A Lady, Possibly Henrietta Louise Jeffreys, Countess Of Pomfret

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three-quarter length, seated in a landscape, wearing a white dress and holding blossom oil on canvas, in a fine george ii frame in the manner of william kent catalogue note for details on the possible sitter, see lot 18.
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