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Mary Hoare

(1744 -  1820 )
HOARE Mary Study Of An Oriental Woman Holding A Drum

Christie's
Nov 24, 1998
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Mary Hoare - Orphan Children

Mary Hoare - Orphan Children

Original 1783
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Lot number: 205
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Mary Hoare (British, 1744-1820)

Orphan children

inscribed and dated on backing board:

'By Mrs H. Hoare of B.... - daughter to Mr Hoare of Bath, an eminent painter. 1783'

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watercolour, oval,

37 x 32.5cm (14 1/2 x 12 3/4in).

Mary Hoare was the daughter of the renowned portrait painter, William Hoare of Bath, and was also an artist. She was married to Henry Hoare. A number of her works are kept by the National Trust at Stourhead.
Mary Hoare - Study Of An Oriental Woman Holding A Drum

Mary Hoare - Study Of An Oriental Woman Holding A Drum

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Lot number: 7
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Study of an oriental woman holding a drum
black and red pencil
Provenance
with Fry Gallery, London.
Lot Notes
Mary was the eldest child of William Hoare. She later marriedinto a banking family. Mary was born at a time when ladies wereactively discouraged from becoming professional artists. However,William saw fit to encourage her to nurture her abilities: 'It ismy endeavour and desire to make the subjects she is employed in, alesson to herself as well as an exercise of her ingenuity' (see E.Newby, William Hoare of Bath, Bath, 1990, p. 16). Mary trained athome making copies after book engravings, or after her father's owndrawings. She won the gold palette for a drawing by a young personunder the age of 16 at the Society of Arts in 1760, but was notallowed to collect her prize. Evelyn Newby has suggested that thepresent drawing probably relates to a costume print and wasexecuted after such a publication under the supervision of herfather. The print would have been monochrome, but the particularcharm of the present drawing is in the use of red as well as blackpencil.
This drawing was not included in the album mentioned in theintroduction.
Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Lady Caroline Anne Brudenell-bruce (d. 1824)

Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Lady Caroline Anne Brudenell-bruce (d. 1824)

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Lot number: 161
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LOT 161
MARY HOARE

1744 - 1820
PORTRAIT OF LADY CAROLINE ANNE BRUDENELL-BRUCE (D. 1824)
Pastel, held in the original carved gilt-wood frame
595 by 445 mm
Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Lady Caroline Anne Brudenell-bruce

Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Lady Caroline Anne Brudenell-bruce

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Lot number: 287
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LOT 287 SOLD BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVERNAKEESTATE
MARY HOARE
1744 - 1820
PORTRAIT OF LADY CAROLINE ANNE BRUDENELL-BRUCE (D.1824)
Pastel, held in the original carved gilt-wood frame
595 by 445 mm
Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Charlotte Boyle

Mary Hoare - Portrait Of Charlotte Boyle

Original
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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 10
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Mary Hoare
Portrait of Charlotte Boyle, as Clytie, half length, wearing awhite Dress trimmed with Leaves
with inscription 'Charlotte Boyle./1782/aged 13./from a Cast ofClytie' on the reverse of the frame
pastel
23½ x 19½in. (59.7 x 49.5cm.)
Lot Notes
This pastel is probably the one recorded as the property of MrsWeddell, a friend of Mary Hoare. In her widowhood Mrs Weddell livedat Newby Hall, Kent, not far from Mary and was left a number ofpastels executed by Mary, by Prince Hoare, including one of Clytie.In Greek mythology, Clytie, daughter of the King of Babylon wasspurned by the sun god Apollo in favour of her sister. She wastedaway, and transformed into the flower that also turns its facetowards the sun. We are grateful to Evelyn Newby for her help inpreparing this catalogue entry.
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