Thomas Lawrence

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LAWRENCE Thomas Portrait Of General Albemarle Bertie

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Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Anne, Countess Of Charlemont And Her Son James

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Anne, Countess Of Charlemont And Her Son James

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Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. BRISTOL 1769 - 1830 LONDON PORTRAIT OF ANNE, COUNTESS OF CHARLEMONT AND HER SON JAMES oil on canvas 49 7/8 by 39 7/8 in.; 126.7 by 101.3 cm. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Eleanor Campbell, New York; By whose estate sold, New York, Parke-Bernet, 6 April 1960, lot 41; There purchased by John and Joanna Bass, New York; Their sale, New York, Parke-Bernet, 24 October 1962, lot 52; There purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Avnet, Long Island, New York; By whom sold, New York, Sotheby's, 23 March 1966, lot 91. Exhibited Royal Academy, 1812, no. 108; Dublin, Royal Hibernian Academy, 1834, no. 89 (as The Earl and Countess of Charlemont and late Lord Viscount Caulfield). Literature Lord R. Gower, F.S.A., Sir Thomas Lawrence, London 1900, p. 117; G.S. Layard, Sir Thomas Lawrence's Letter-Bag, London 1906, p. 74; Sir W. Armstrong, Lawrence, London 1913, p. 121; K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence, London 1954, p. 31; K. Garlick, 'A Catalogue of the Paintings, Drawings and Pastels of Sir Thomas Lawrence', in Walpole Society, 1964, vol. XXXIX, 53; K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence. A complete catalogue of the oil paintings, Oxford 1989, p. 167, no. 182, reproduced. Lawrence depicts the young Anne Caulfeild (née Bermingham) (d. 1876) with her first child, James. Given the age of the young boy, the picture can be dated to circa 1805. 1 Lady Charlemont was a celebrated beauty—Byron enthused that a portrait bust of her surpassed the famous Medici Venus, and the Prince Regent had a miniature made of her in the guise of the goddess Psyche for his personal collection. Lawrence may have painted Lady Charlemont on another occasion, as a portrait of her was included in a sale of Lawrence's pictures on 15 March 1848, lot 120. Before 1894 this painting was cut down from its original format, which originally included the figure of Francis William, 2 nd Earl of Charlemont, the husband and father of the sitters here. Caulfeild served as a member of the Irish Parliament, where he acted as representative for Charlemont in the Irish House of Commons in 1798. The surviving fragment portrait of Caulfeild, which shows the gentleman looking tenderly down at his family, is located in the Nationally Gallery of Ireland, Dublin. 1. Garlick 1964, op cit., p. 53.
Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Robert Banks Jenkinson

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Robert Banks Jenkinson

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Sir Thomas Lawrence P.R.A. (1769-1830) Portrait of Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, KG, MP (1770-1828) Half length, holding a letter Oil on canvas 76 x 63cm; 30 x 25in Robert Jenkinson, the second son of the 1st Earl of Liverpool, was one of the most accomplished politicians of the 19th Century and is still the youngest and longest serving prime minister since 1806, serving from 1812-1827. He was created Baron Hawkesbury in 1803 and succeeded his father in 1808. He served as Foreign secretary, Home Secretary and Secretary for War and the Colonies before becoming Prime Minister. This portrait was completed between 1805-1810, when he was Home Secretary. Lord Liverpool was painted four times by Lawrence, this one less formal than later portraits, conveying the sitters diplomatic and engaging personality. As prime minister he saw the end of the war with France and with Lord Castlereagh he negotiated a lasting peace at the Congress of Vienna. He also presided over the passing of the Corn Laws in 1815 as well as Catholic emancipation. Provenance: By family descent to C.J.C Grant; Grant Sale, Christie’’s 11th May 1923 (109) Major J.S. Courtauld, 9 Grosvenor Square, London Sale on the premises by Gilkes, 27th October 1938 (246) Mrs Henry Dreyfus Private collection Exhibited: Royal Academy, British Art, 1934 (471) Agnew, November-December 1938 (48) Agnew, Lawrence 1951 (33) Literature: Lord Ronald Sutherland Gower, Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1900 p.136 Sir Walter Armstrong, Lawrence, 1913, p.146 Kenneth Garlick, A Catalogue of the paintings drawings and pastels of Sir Thomas Lawrence, The Walpole Society, vol. XXXXIX, p.127 Kenneth Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence 1989, no.498, pg. 225, ill. 498(b) Sir Thomas Lawrence P.R.A. (1769-1830) Portrait of Robert Banks Jenkinson, 2nd Earl of Liverpool, KG, MP (1770-1828) Half length, holding a letter Oil on canvas 76 x 63cm; 30 x 25in
Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Prince Hoare (1755– 1834)

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of Prince Hoare (1755– 1834)

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Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. BRISTOL 1769 - 1830 LONDON PORTRAIT OF PRINCE HOARE (1755– 1834) oil on canvas 61 by 52.1 cm.; 24 by 20 1/2 in. Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance William Hooker Carpenter (1792–1866), London; His sale, London, Christie's, 16 February 1867, lot 17; Probably anonymous sale, London, Christie's, 21 February 1919, lot 260, probably as 'Portrait sketch of a man wearing a white stock'; Probably Alexander Huth, Leverhulme Sale, Anderson's Galleries, New York, 17–19 February 1926, lot 158, described as 'an extremely fine study'; Bought by Samuel Seabury. Literature Sir W. Armstrong, Lawrence, London 1913, p. 139; K.Garlick, 'A catalogue of the paintings, drawings and pastels of Sir Thomas Lawrence', Burlington Magazine, London 1964, vol. XXXIX, pp. 106–07; K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence, Oxford 1989, p. 209, cat. no. 411, as 'whereabouts unknown'. ENGRAVED: In mezzotint by Charles Turner (1774–1857) in 1831 Catalogue Note This sympathetic portrait of the celebrated artist and playwright was begun in circa 1826, by which time he had been a friend of Lawrence’’s for almost forty years. Prince Hoare’’s father, the artist William Hoare, encouraged Lawrence when he was young and even suggested that he should go to Italy with his son. In fact it seems they first met in 1787 – a visit by Prince Hoare is recorded in Lawrence’’s letter to his mother from which it is clear that Hoare encouraged his young friend to concentrate on painting oils. They travelled together and saw works by such artists as Reynolds, Gainsborough and West. Hoare was also a playwright and he had a number of plays which were performed in both Bath and in London. In a letter to his mother Anne, towards the end on his life in May 1829, Lawrence refers affectionately to Hoare as ‘my old Bath friend’’. See More See Less
Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of General Albemarle Bertie

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of General Albemarle Bertie

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Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. (Bristol 1769-1830 London) and Studio Portrait of General Albemarle Bertie, 9th Earl of Lindsey (1744-1818) and his second wife, Charlotte Susanna Elizabeth (1780-1858), daughter of the Rev. Charles Peter Layard, Dean of Bristol, full-length, he in military uniform, she in a white dress inscribed 'WATERLOO' (centre right, on the book) oil on canvas 94 x 55 3/8 in. (238.8 x 140.6 cm.)
Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of A Young Lady

Thomas Lawrence - Portrait Of A Young Lady

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Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. (Bristol 1769-1830 London) Portrait of a young lady, half-length, a flower in her hair and wearing a heart-shaped pendant signed with initials and dated 'T.L./Sep 14 1814' (centre right) and indistinctly inscribed 'Jane Eliza/C...' (lower left) pencil and red chalk with grey and pink wash 9 x 7 in. (22.8 x 17.7 cm.)
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