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Lot 110: ATTRIBUTED TO JONATHAN RICHARDSON, (BRITISH C. 1665-1745), PORTRAIT OF A LADY, THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, SAID TO BE ELIZABETH D''AVENANT,..
January 23, 2017
Philadelphia, PA, USALive Auction
ATTRIBUTED TO JONATHAN RICHARDSON
(british c. 1665-1745)
PORTRAIT OF A LADY, THREE-QUARTER LENGTH, SAID TO BE ELIZABETH D''AVENANT, DAUGHTER OF THOMAS BOOTHBY, ESQR., WITH HER DOG
Inscribed on stretcher verso ''Elizabeth daughter of Thomas Boothby, Esqr. Paternal Grandmother of Sir Corbet Bart.'', oil on canvas
50 x 40 in. (127 x 101.6cm)
Private Collection, Pennsylvania.
The relined canvas in generally good overall condition, with some uneven canvas protrusion in approx. lower 1/4 of painting; canvas appears to be in need of cleaning; some minor surface abrasions and associated retouch at upper left edge and minor parts of top edge; also a restored area at lower center right to left of, but not touching, the dog.
Frame: 57 1/2 x 48 x 2 1/4 in.
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