Richard Waitt

United Kingdom (17061732 ) - Artworks
WAITT Richard A Woman In A Red Gown

Bonhams /Dec 5, 2008
1,730.90 - 2,307.87
1,970.79

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Richard Waitt - Portrait Of A Gentleman

Richard Waitt - Portrait Of A Gentleman

Original 1727
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Richard Waitt (British, ?-1732) Portrait of a Gentleman, half-length, in a Blue Velvet Coat, within a painted oval signed and dated 'Ric Waitt/ Pinxit/1727' (lower left) oil on canvas 73.5 x 58.5 cm. (28 15/16 x 23 1/16 in.) PROVENANCE: Sale; Sotheby's, London, 27 November 2003, lot 131
Richard Waitt - Portrait Of A Anne Seton, Seated Three-quarter-length, In A Blue Dress

Richard Waitt - Portrait Of A Anne Seton, Seated Three-quarter-length, In A Blue Dress

Original 1724
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Lot number: 6
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Richard Waitt (Fl.1706-1732) Portrait of a Anne Seton, seated three-quarter-length, in a blue dress signed and dated 'Ric. Waitt pinx 1724' (lower right) and with inscription 'ANNE SETON/3rd. Daughter of Lord Pitmedden,/wife of William Dick 3rd Baron of Grange/received Prince Charles at the Grange House in 1745' (on the relined reverse) oil on canvas 51 x 44½ in. (129.5 x 113 cm.)
Richard Waitt - A Gardener Holding A Cabbage With A Candle

Richard Waitt - A Gardener Holding A Cabbage With A Candle

Original 1731
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Lot number: 119
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Richard Waitt (d. 1732) A Gardener holding a cabbage with a candle signed and dated 'Ric. Waitt pinxit 1731' (lower left) oil on canvas 30 x 25in. (76.2 x 63.5cm.) in an English 17th century carved and gilded Sunderland frame Lot Notes Little is known about the life of Scottish artist Richard Waitt. He is known to have married Margaret Freebairn in Edinburgh in April 1707, and in the following year was commissioned by the Earl of Hopetoun to paint the Earl's coat-of-arms at Abercorn Church. Waitt is thought to have studied under the prominent Scottish portrait painter John Scougall. He may have remained in Edinburgh until about 1716 working principally as a portrait painter. He painted a series of major portraits of relations and servants for Sir James Grant of Grant and worked for members of other branches of the Grant family. In 1730 Waitt was paid £30 for painting the arms of Great Britain in the Court House at Elgin. A still life by Waitt with cauliflowers, a ham and dead game birds, signed and dated 1724 is at Edinburgh. In the present lot the combination of Waitt's robust style of portraiture and characterisation are combined with his gift for still life. The frame pattern largely corresponds to that adopted by the 2nd Earl of Sunderland for the collection of portraits at Althorp, Northamptonshire (P. Mitchell, Frameworks, London, 1996 pl. 43).
Richard Waitt - A Woman In A Red Gown

Richard Waitt - A Woman In A Red Gown

Original 1729
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Lot number: 8
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A woman in a red gown signed and dated 1729, oil on canvas, 75 x 63cm (29 1/2 x 24 13/16in).
Richard Waitt - Captain Arter In A Turban

Richard Waitt - Captain Arter In A Turban

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Lot number: 9
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Captain Arter in a turban bears inscription verso, oil on canvas, 75 x 64cm (29 1/2 x 25 3/16in).
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