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Bartholomew Dandridge

United Kingdom (1691 -  1755 ) Wikipedia® : Bartholomew Dandridge
DANDRIDGE Bartholomew Portrait Of A Boy, Half-length, In A Red Coat

Bonhams
Oct 24, 2018
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Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of A Boy, Half-length, In A Red Coat

Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of A Boy, Half-length, In A Red Coat

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Lot number: 189
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Bartholomew Dandridge (London 1691-1755) Portrait of a boy, half-length, in a red coat, with a tricorn hat under his arm, before a landscape, within a painted oval; and Portrait of a girl as a shepherdess, half-length, in a white dress holding a lamb, before a landscape, within a painted oval a pair, oil on canvas 76.2 x 63.5cm (30 x 25in). (2) Footnotes
Bartholomew Dandridge - William Cunninghame

Bartholomew Dandridge - William Cunninghame

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Lot number: 38
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Bartholomew Dandridge (London 1691-1755)
William Cunninghame 13th Earl of Glencairn signed 'B Dandridge' (lower right) oil on canvas 127 x 101.5 cm. (50 x 40 in.)
Footnotes
Provenance The Cunninghame Graham family Thence by descent Exhibited The National Trust Scotland, on loan to Culzean Castle since 1982 William Cunninghame had, like his father, been Governor of Dumbarton Castle, and rose to the rank of Major General in 1770.
Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of Three Children

Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of Three Children

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Lot number: 171
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Bartholomew Dandridge (1691-c. 1755 London)
Group Portrait of three children, traditionally identified as thethe Craven children, full-length, in a wooded landscape
oil on canvas
58 x 70 in. (147.5 x 177.8 cm.)
Provenance
George Innes-Ker, 9th Duke of Roxburghe, removed from 2 CarltonHouse Terrace, London; Christie's, London, 1 June 1956, lot 44, asJ. Vanderbanck (380 gns. to Agnew).
with Thomas Agnew & Sons, London, from whom acquired by SirEdward Thompson, Gatacre Park, and by descent to the presentowner.
Literature
Connoisseur, October 1956, illustrated as 'J. Vanderbanck, theCraven Children'.
Lot Notes
This portrait has traditionally been attributed to JohnVanderbanck but is now thought to be the the work of his closecontemporary Bartholmew Dandridge who Vertue considered the ablestexponent of such conversation pieces of his time. Stylistically itcan be compared to Dandridge's triple portrait of the Noel sisters,the three eldest daughters of the 4th Earl of Gainsborough(Manchester City Art Galleries; See E. Einberg, Manners and Morals:Hogarth and British Painting 1700-1760, exhibition catalogue, TateGallery, London, 1987, p. 113, no. 95, illustrated).
The sitters in the portrait were unidentified at the time of theChristie's sale in 1956 but were later identified as members of theCraven family.
Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of The Ballard Children

Bartholomew Dandridge - Portrait Of The Ballard Children

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Lot number: 79
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oil on canvas
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Mr. and Mrs. E.H. Cavendish; By whom sold, London, Christie's, February 28, 1986, lot 112.

CATALOGUE NOTE
This portrait depicts three of the five children of Robert Ballard (1699-1782) and Margaret Jackson (1709-42), daughter of Sir Philip Jackson. The sitters are Robert (1737-94), Frances (1740-67) and, probably, their older sister, Jane (1735-50). Old handwritten labels on the reverse identify one of the two girls as Lucy, however there is no record of a Ballard daughter by that name. Robert married Melicent Cropp in 1767 and Frances married, as his second wife, John Butler Harrison in 1766.
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