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John Turmeau, English 1777-1846 Miniature

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Description: John Turmeau, English 1777-1846 Miniature- painting of a gentleman in profile on paper signed diagonally by his chest "Turmeau" with an impressed mark, Royal Academy, 3" oval, set in an old gold rectangular frame possibly original.

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John Turmeau (1777-1846), Portrait

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Description: John Turmeau (United Kingdom 1777-1846), portrait, watercolor. Sight 3" x 2 1/4". Signed LLC.

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Turmeau (John, 1777-1846). Portrait of a lady, 1828, oval watercolour on ivory,

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Description: Turmeau (John, 1777-1846). Portrait of a lady, 1828, oval watercolour on ivory, head and shoulders portrait of a lady with dark curls, wearing a white turban and green dress, 7 x 5cm (2.75 x 2ins), mounted on card with old manuscript attribution and date on verso (1)

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Description: A GENTLEMAN, IN PROFILE TO THE LEFT, IN BLUE JACKET, WHITE TROUSERS, WAISTCOAT AND TIED CRAVAT watercolour and pencil on paper, signed and stamped on obverse, gilt- mounted rectangular black papier-mache frame oval, 6 in. (153 mm.) high.

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Description: John Turmeau (1777-1846) - Miniature portrait of Robert Thompson, head and shoulders - signed in pencil and impressed with artist's stamp lower left, watercolour on card, 15.5 x 12cm.

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John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846)

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Description: Two Gentlemen: one, called S.A. Vardon, wearing green coat with black collar, white waistcoat and red scarf; the other, wearing blue coat with black collar and white waistcoatthe former signed on reverse by/ John Turmeau and inscribed with the sitters's name, gilt-metal and gold frame respectivelyOval, 65mm. (2 1/2ins.) high each (2)

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John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846) A Gentleman, wearing brown coat, white waistcoat, tied stock and

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Description: frilled cravat with stickpin (minor hairline cracks to right edge) signed on the obverse with initials IT, gilt-metal frame, the reverse glazed to reveal black silk oval, 78mm. (3 1/8in.) high.

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John Turmeau (1777-1846)

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Description: John Turmeau (1777-1846)

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J. T. Mitchell (British, fl.1798-1830)

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Description: A young Gentleman, wearing black coat, white waistcoat and stocksigned on reverse and dated by J. T. Mitchell/ 442 Strand/ 1823, glazed, unframed; together with a portrait of Alexander Andrade, wearing brown coat and crucifix, by John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846), signed on obverse with initials IT, gilded wood frameRectangular, 73mm. (2 7/8ins.) and oval, 67mm. (2 5/8ins.) high (2)

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J. T. Mitchell (British, fl.1798-1830)

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Description: A young Gentleman, wearing black coat, white waistcoat and stocksigned on reverse and dated by J. T. Mitchell/ 442 Strand/ 1823, glazed, unframed; together with a portrait of Alexander Andrade, wearing brown coat and crucifix, by John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846), signed on obverse with initials IT, gilded wood frameRectangular, 73mm. (2 7/8ins.) and oval, 67mm. (2 5/8ins.) high (2)

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John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846)

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Description: A Gentleman, wearing blue coat, white waistcoat and cravat with stickpinsigned on obverse with initials IT, unframedRectangular, 93mm. (3 5/8ins.) high

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John Turmeau (British, 1777-1846) A Gentleman, wearing brown coat, white waistcoat, tied stock and

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Description: frilled cravat with stickpin (minor hairline cracks to right edge) signed on the obverse with initials IT, gilt-metal frame, the reverse glazed to reveal black silk oval, 78mm. (3 1/8in.) high.

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Description: Portrait of an officer, 1805c. Miniature 3 inches (7.7 cm) Initial.

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John Turmeau (1777-1846) - A Gentleman, with curly

Description: John Turmeau (1777-1846) - A Gentleman, with curly light brown hair, in yellow waistcoat and dark blue coat before sky; a gentleman, with short wavy hair in yellow waistcoat and black coat, two, one signed on the paper backing Jon Turmeau pinxt and dated 1820, ivory, oval, 8 x 6.5cm, one with hair to the reverse, gold frames; an early 19th c English School miniature of a gentleman, gold frame (3) John Turmeau studied at the Royal Academy schools and later exhibited from various London addresses. He left for Liverpool around 1799 where he was to spend the rest of his life. In 1810 he was one of the founder members of the Liverpool Academy and its President from 1812-1814. He continued to exhibit there until 1842. £500-700

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