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William Hoare Of Bath

(1707 -  1792 )
HOARE OF BATH William Portrait Of Lady Frances Elizabeth Brudenell-bruce, Later Lady Frances Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1836)

Sotheby's /Jul 4, 2012
6,209.64 - 8,693.49
7,781.25

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William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Henry Fiennes Pelham-clinton

William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Henry Fiennes Pelham-clinton

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Lot number: 164
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Provenance Grace, Lady Sondes, of Lees Court, Kent, née Pelham (1731-1777), the sitter\\\’s aunt; by direct descent to George, 4th Earl Sondes (1914-1970); his trustee\\\’s sale, London, Phillips, 24 November 1980, lot 131 (as Francis Cotes, Portrait of Edward and Anna Marie Astley); with Morton Morris, London; from whom acquired by the present owners Literature N. Jeffares, A Dictionary of Pastellists before 1800, on-line edition Catalogue Note The present pastels can be dated to the late 1750s and they depict two of the 2nd Duke and Duchess of Newcastle's children. Catherine, who here is considered to be aged ten or eleven, wears a simple white dress, a blue shawl and pretty lace bonnet. Henry, who is perhaps eight years old, wears 'Vandyck' costume, with a dashing ermine-lined blue coat. Henry was born in 1750, his elder brother, George, died in 1752 and from that date on, as his father's heir, he was styled Earl of Lincoln. In the 1770s, he served as a Member of Parliament and in 1775, he married Frances Seymour-Conway, a daughter of the 1st Marquess of Hertford. He died in France in 1778 and his younger brother, Thomas, succeeded to the Dukedom. Catherine was born in 1748 but except for this, no other information about her life has so far come to light. Sadly, she may have died young. The Duke of Newcastle and his immediate family were important patrons of William Hoare of Bath and there is another version of the Earl of Lincoln by the artist in the Nottingham City Art Gallery. The present pair of portraits descended in the family of the sitters\\\’ aunt, Grace, Lady Sondes, until they were sold at Phillips in 1980. We are grateful to Neil Jeffares for his help when cataloguing this lot. 164 PROPERTY OF AN AMERICAN PRIVATE COLLECTOR William Hoare of Bath, R.A. Quantity: 2 Both pastel Each 600 by 440 mm Henry Fiennes Pelham-Clinton, Earl of Lincoln: Overall, the condition is good. There may be some minor retouching to the sitters forehead and true right cheek. Portrait of Catherine Pelham-Clinton: The overall condition is good. The sitter's blue shawl has faded a little and there is some very minor rubbing at the extreme bottom edge of the sheet. Both works are very well presented, possibly in period frames. "In response to your inquiry, we are pleased to provide you with a general report of the condition of the property described above. Since we are not professional conservators or restorers, we urge you to consult with a restorer or conservator of your choice who will be better able to provide a detailed, professional report. Prospective buyers should inspect each lot to satisfy themselves as to condition and must understand that any statement made by Sotheby's is merely a subjective, qualified opinion. Prospective buyers should also refer to any Important Notices regarding this sale, which are printed in the Sale Catalogue. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF BUSINESS PRINTED IN THE SALE CATALOGUE."
William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Elizabeth Hamilton, Later Countess Of Warwick (1720– 1800), And Her Brother William Hamilton (1730–1803), The Eldest Daughter And Youngest Son Of Lord Archibald Hamilton

William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Elizabeth Hamilton, Later Countess Of Warwick (1720– 1800), And Her Brother William Hamilton (1730–1803), The Eldest Daughter And Youngest Son Of Lord Archibald Hamilton

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Lot number: 183
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Commissioned by the sitters' father, Lord Archibald Hamilton (1673–1754); By descent to his daughter Elizabeth, who married Francis Greville, 1st Earl of Warwick (1719–1773) in 1742; By descent to their son, George Greville, 2nd Earl of Warwick (1746– 1816), who lent the picture to his elder sister, Lady Frances, who married Sir Henry Harpur, 6th Bt.; Returned to her nephew, Henry Richard Greville, 3rd Earl of Warwick, at Warwick Castle in 1825; Thence by descent. Wellesley (Mass.), Davis Museum, on long term loan. PROPERTY FROM THE COLLECTION OF THE EARLS OF WARWICK William Hoare of Bath, R.A. EYE CIRCA 1707 - 1792 BATH PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH HAMILTON, LATER COUNTESS OF WARWICK (1720– 1800), AND HER BROTHER WILLIAM HAMILTON (1730–1803), THE ELDEST DAUGHTER AND YOUNGEST SON OF LORD ARCHIBALD HAMILTON inscribed, upper left: Elizabeth Eldest Daughter to Lord / Archibald Hamilton & William his / Youngest Son. inscribed on the reverse: This picture belongs to/ The Right Hon ble Lord Brooke/ is lent to the Hon ble Lady Frances/ Harpur who desires it may/ be sent to Warwick Castle/ at her death. Of/ Countess of Warwick &/ Sir William Hamilton/ Copied from the old canvas inventory number 10 etched into the reverse oil on canvas 91.5 by 71.8 cm.; 36 by 28 1/4 in.
William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Susan, Mrs Henry Hoare Of Stourhead (d.1743)

William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Susan, Mrs Henry Hoare Of Stourhead (d.1743)

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Lot number: 281
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LOT 281 PROPERTY OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVERNAKE ESTATE WILLIAM HOARE OF BATH R.A. EYE C.1707-1792 BATH PORTRAIT OF SUSAN, MRS HENRY HOARE OF STOURHEAD (D.1743) later inscribed, verso: M rs . Hoare Mother to Susanna / Countefs of Ailesbury oil on canvas 91.5 by 71 cm.; 36 by 28 in.
William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Lady Frances Elizabeth Brudenell-bruce, Later Lady Frances Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1836)

William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Lady Frances Elizabeth Brudenell-bruce, Later Lady Frances Elizabeth Wilson (1765-1836)

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Lot number: 160
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LOT 160 THE FOLLOWING SEVEN LOTS ARE SOLD BY ORDER OF THE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVERNAKE ESTATE WILLIAM HOARE OF BATH R.A. EYE C.1707-1792 BATH PORTRAIT OF LADY FRANCES ELIZABETH BRUDENELL-BRUCE, LATER LADY FRANCES ELIZABETH WILSON (1765-1836) Pastel, held in the original carved gilt-wood frame 596 by 446 mm
William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Lady Frances Elizabeth Brudenell-bruce

William Hoare Of Bath - Portrait Of Lady Frances Elizabeth Brudenell-bruce

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Lot number: 286
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LOT 286 THE FOLLOWING SEVEN LOTS ARE SOLD BY ORDER OFTHE TRUSTEES OF THE SAVERNAKE ESTATE WILLIAM HOARE OF BATHR.A. EYE C.1707-1792 BATH PORTRAIT OF LADY FRANCES ELIZABETH BRUDENELL-BRUCE, LATER LADYFRANCES ELIZABETH WILSON (1765-1836) Pastel, held in the original carved gilt-wood frame 596 by 446 mm
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