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Francois Theodore Rochard

France (1798 -  1858 )
ROCHARD Francois Theodore Portrait Of The Young Master Hugh Barklie Blundell Mccalmont (1836-1888)

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Nov 25, 2015
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Variants on Artist's name :

Rochard François Théodore

 

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Francois Theodore Rochard -  Portrait Of Arthur William Macnaghten

Francois Theodore Rochard - Portrait Of Arthur William Macnaghten

Original 1854
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Lot number: 934
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Lot 934 Lot 934 Description FRANCOIS THEODORE ROCHARD (1798-1858) French Portrait of Arthur William Macnaghten (1835-1919), Aged 19 Watercolour Signed and dated 1854, old inscribed label to verso 25.5 x 39.5 cm, framed and glazed Note: Arthur Macnaghten left for India shortly after this portrait was painted and took a commission in the Bombay Cavalry and become Colonel. He married Louisa Howard in India in 1861 and had six daughters and one son. He retired to Leamington Spa and died there in 1919.
Francois Theodore Rochard - Portrait Of The Young Master Hugh Barklie Blundell Mccalmont (1836-1888)

Francois Theodore Rochard - Portrait Of The Young Master Hugh Barklie Blundell Mccalmont (1836-1888)

Original 1840
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Lot number: 482
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Francois Theodore Rochard

(French, 1798-1858)

Portrait of the young Master Hugh Barklie Blundell McCalmont (1836-1888), aged 4 years, in 1840

signed lower centre "F Rochard del. London 1840" and with labels verso identifying sitter and aritst

watercolour with shaped corners

h:34 w:24 cm

Provenance:

Syston Park, Bath, the home of the Rawlins family;

from Monica Rawlins to Elizabeth Luard, Brynmeheryn, Wales.

Estimate £300-500

Foxing and dirt under the glass.
Francois Theodore Rochard - Portrait Of Miss Elise Anstruther

Francois Theodore Rochard - Portrait Of Miss Elise Anstruther

Original 1830
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Lot number: 432
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Francois Theodore Rochard

(French, 1798-1858)
Portrait of Miss Elise Anstruther, circa 1830
inscribed lower right "Miss Anstruther"
watercolour
h:16 w:14 cm

Provenance:
St Helier Galleries Ltd., Jersey, Channel Islands.

Estimate £300-500

Condition appears fine.
Exhibition No.27.
Francois Theodore Rochard - Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin

Francois Theodore Rochard - Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin

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Lot number: 176
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François Théodore Rochard (French, 1798-1858)

Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, later Baroness Dudevant, known as 'George Sand' (1804–1876), wearing brown cloak, black coat and white chemise, her dark hair worn short.

Signed on the obverse

F. Rochard

, ormulu frame with

rocaille

border.

Rectangular,

104mm

(

4 1/8in) high

Contemporary portraits of Sand by Alcide Joseph Lorentz (1813-1858) and Maurice Sand (1823-1889) also depict the novelist wearing gentlemen's attire (the former held at Musée de la Ville de Paris and Musée Carnavalet; the latter held at Musée de la Vie Romantique).

Sand was the daughter of Maurice Dupin (1778-1808) and Sophie-Victoire Delaborde. She was brought up by her grandmother at Nohant, near La Châtre in Berry. In 1822 Sand married Baron Casimir Dudevant (1795-1871). The first years of their marriage were happy enough until Sand began an affair with a young magistrate before embarking on a passionate liaison with a neighbour. In January 1831 she left Dudevant and moved to Paris. The couple were legally separated four years later.

Once in Paris, Sand found a good friend in Henri de Latouche (1785-1851), director of 'Le Figaro', who accepted some of the articles she wrote with Jules Sandeau (1811-1883) under the pseudonym, Jules Sand. In 1832 she adopted a new pseudonym, George Sand, for 'Indiana', a novel which Sandeau had no involvement. A passionate protest against the social conventions that bind a wife to her husband, 'Indiana' brought Sand immediate fame. The majority of Sand's early works, including 'Mauprat' (1837), 'Spiridion' (1839), and 'Les sept Cordes de la lyre' (1840), evidence the influence of the men in her life. The number of lovers she took grew to include, Prosper Mérimée, Alfred de Musset, and Frédéric Chopin. Her most widely used quote is, 'There is only one happiness in life - to love and be loved'.

Eventually, Sand found her calling in a variety of rustic novels, which drew their chief inspiration from her lifelong love of the countryside and sympathy for the poor. In 'La Mare au diable' (1846), 'François le Champi' (1848) and 'La Petite Fadette' (1849), Sand returned to the familiar setting of the Berry countryside in which she had grown up. It was around this time, against the backdrop of the Révolution de Février, that Sand established her own newspaper, published by a workers' co-operative. Her rustic tales are considered to be some of her finest works. The writer subsequently produced a series of novels and plays of impeccable morality and conservatism. Among her later works is her autobiography, 'Histoire de ma vie' (1854–55).

George Sand died at Nohant, near Châteauroux on 8 June 1876 and was buried in the grounds of her home there.
Francois Theodore Rochard - Miniature Of Horatio 2nd Earl Of Oxford, 1752-1822

Francois Theodore Rochard - Miniature Of Horatio 2nd Earl Of Oxford, 1752-1822

Original 1822
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Lot number: 1378
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Lot 1378

Francois Theodore Rochard (1798-1858)

oil on ivory,

Miniature of Horatio 2nd Earl of Oxford, 1752-1822,

signed and dated 1822,

6.5 x 4.75in.

Estimate £200-300

Some undulation of the ivory showing both across the top and more extremely the lower right corner, also a 1 inch split showing in the top left corner, slightly ill-fitting in frame perhaps due tot he undulation of the ivory pulling the right edge away from the border, in an old gilt gesso frame which has suffered some losses and damage to the corners. Old labels verso for Arthur Ackermann along with hand annotated labels giving details of the sitter and artist. Signature incised at approx. 2 o'clock. Paint looks a little faded, overall fair nut not exceptional condition.

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