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George Dawe

United Kingdom (1781 -  1829 ) Wikipedia® : George Dawe
DAWE George Seated Lady, In A White Lace Gown And Satin Wrap

Brunk Auctions
Nov 16, 2018
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George Dawe - Seated Lady, In A White Lace Gown And Satin Wrap

George Dawe - Seated Lady, In A White Lace Gown And Satin Wrap

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Lot number: 867
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867 George Dawe (British/Russia, 1781–1829) A fine pair of portraits: Seated Lady, in a white lace gown and satin wrap, signed lower right "Dawe/Pinx 1815", 52 x 42 in.; Seated Gentleman, with books and seals, signed at bottom " G. Dawe R.A. 1815", 50-1/2 x 40-1/2 in. both oil on canvas; matching Regency style gilt wood and composition frames, 59 x 48-1/2 in. Note: George Dawe was an English portraitist who is most noted for his portraits of Russian generals active during Napoleon's invasion of Russia and commissioned for the Military Gallery of the Winter Palace (now destroyed). He was also commissioned to paint portraits of Tsar Nicholas I and others in the royal family. He worked in Saint Petersburg beginning in 1819 and would move there in the 1820s while he produced well over 300 portraits. Elected an associate member of the Royal Academy in 1809, he became an Academician in 1814, a year before these portraits were completed. Throughout his career he painted many of the elite in society, including the Duke and Duchess of Kent, Princess Charlotte and Prince Leopold. He also won acclaim from the artistic establishment and other luminaries such as the poet, Pushkin, who honored him with prose. Provenance:Sloans & Kenyon, September 19, 2004, lot 1461, (accompanied by copy of original receipt); Property from a Washington, D.C. Mansion Condition: both lined with paste and linen with some associated flaking on her, crackle, scattered light retouch, crackle; frames with abrasions
George Dawe - Cymbeline, King Of The South-east Of England

George Dawe - Cymbeline, King Of The South-east Of England

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George Dawe RA (1781-1829) CYMBELINE, KING OF THE SOUTH-EAST OF ENGLAND Signed with monogram(?), oil on canvas 204 x 106cm The painting is to be included in the forthcoming catalogue raisonné of the artist's work by Galina Andreeva of the State Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow. Dawe was christened George after his godfather, the artist George Morland, and was trained as an engraver by his father Philip, who had worked with Hogarth. Accomplished as he was in this discipline, his ambition was to paint and this led him to enrol in 1794 as a student at the Royal Academy of Arts. He became an associate member in 1809 and an Academician in 1814. He established a reputation in his early career for historical subjects, which at this time were still an important measure of an artist's abilities, but his desire both for financial success and for recognition in high society drove him increasingly to portrait painting. The Duke of Kent was prominent among his royal patrons, and took him on a tour
George Dawe - Portrait Of Grand Duke Nicholas, Later Emperor Nicholas I (1825-55), On Horseback

George Dawe - Portrait Of Grand Duke Nicholas, Later Emperor Nicholas I (1825-55), On Horseback

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Lot number: 48
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George Dawe (1781-1829) Portrait of Grand Duke Nicholas, later Emperor Nicholas I (1825-55), on horseback signed, inscribed and dated 'Painted by G. Dawe St. Petersburg 1822' (lower left); with later inscriptions in Russian 'Alek. Benkendorf/Gr[and]-D[uke]-Nikolai Pavl[ovich]/paint[ed] by Dawe' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 48¼ x 38 5/8 in. (122.5 x 98.1 cm.)
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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE DUTCH COLLECTION
Literature
Exhibition catalogue, Vystavka russkikh portretov [Exhibition of Russian Portraits], St Petersburg, 1905, listed p. 82. G. Andreeva, Geniuses of war, weal and beauty. George Dawe RA Pinx., Moscow, 2012, listed and illustrated p. [133].
Exhibited
St Petersburg, The Tauride Palace, Vystavka russkikh portretov [Exhibition of Russian Portraits], 1905, no. 1099.
George Dawe - Portrait Of Emperor Alexander I In The Uniform Of The Preobrazhensky Regiment

George Dawe - Portrait Of Emperor Alexander I In The Uniform Of The Preobrazhensky Regiment

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George Dawe, RA (British, 1781-1829)

Portrait of Emperor Alexander I in the uniform of the Preobrazhensky Regiment

signed in Latin, inscribed and dated '1826' (lower right)

oil on canvas

88 x 60cm (34 5/8 x 23 5/8in).

Footnotes

Provenance

A gift from Emperor Nicholas I to Pierre-Louis-Auguste, Comte de la Ferronnays, Pair de France, French Ambassador in Saint Petersburg from 1820 to 1827

Thence by descent

Saleroom notices

Please note that the date in cataloguing should read '1826' and not as stated in the printed catalogue. Please note that the provenance should read Presented by Tsar Nicholas I to Charles Moberly in St. Petersburg 1826; Thence by descent; Phillip's London, Early British and Victorian Paintings, 3 June 1997, Lot 52
George Dawe - The Life Of A Nobleman

George Dawe - The Life Of A Nobleman

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DAWE, George, engraver (1781-1829). The Life of a Nobleman. London: George Henderson, [c. 1825].

3 parts. 4° (270 x 218mm). 9 hand-coloured etched and aquatint plates, published without title and text. (Light marginal water staining and very light soiling.) Original yellow printed wrappers, stitched as issued, front cover design by J. H. Shepherd after W. Welch (slightly soiled and faded); later calf chemise and cloth slipcase. Provenance: purchased at the Hearst Sale, 1 March 1940.

RARE IN ORIGINAL PARTS. Although Dawe is known as a portrait and history painter, he worked mainly as a mezzotint engraver for at least twenty-four years, and here exercises his old craft. Abbey Life 310.

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