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Edward Byng Auction Price Results
Description: Circle of Edward Byng (circa 1676-1753), A Late 17th Century Oil on Canvas: Portrait of a Cherub wreathed in a garland of flowers and swathed in drapery. The fleshy child sitting with a bird perched on finger and a small dog to one side, 36 ins x 34 ins (91 cms x 86 cms), in a moulded black frame, 41 ins x 39 ins (104 cms x 99 cms).View additional info
Description: Edward Byng (British, born circa 1676-1753) A young man with a lamb in an Arcadian landscape watercolour h:30 w: 22 cm Provenance: Iola Williams and by descent in a Suffolk private collection.
Condition Report: Unfamed and fine.View additional info
Description: DOUBLE PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM AND MARY LEVINZ, FULL-LENGTH, THE FORMER IN A BLUE COSTUME WITH RED WRAP, HOLDING A BOW AND ARROW, THE LATTER IN A YELLOW DRESS AND OYSTER WRAP, HER RIGHT HAND RESTING ON A LAMB WITH GARLAND OF FLOWERS, IN A LANDSCAPEsigned and dated 'Byng. Pinx:/Anno 1692' (lower left) and inscribed 'Guil: Levinz/Anno AEtat 5-10' (centre left)oil on canvas52 x 45 7/8 in. (132.1 x 116.7 cm.)In a William and Mary carved and gilded running pattern frameView additional info
Description: A mother and her son seated by a window pen and brown ink, black and grey wash on blue paper 290 x 214 mm.; and a drawing of three people in an interior by a 19th Century French hand (2) SALESROOM NOTICE Please note that this lot has been withdrawn.View additional info
Description: Attributed to Edward Byng (c.1676-1753 Potterne, Wilts.) Portrait of a young boy, three-quarter-length, in an orange coat and green wrap, in a landscape; and Portrait of a young girl, three-quarter-length, in a brown dress, with a white dog, in a landscapeoil on canvas 30 x 25 in. (76.3 x 63.6 cm.) a pairView additional info
Description: ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD BYNG (c.1676-1753) A set of three Hampton Court Beauties: Princess Anne (later Queen) (1665-1714) holding a sprig of blossom, Diana De Vere, Duchess of St. Albans (d. 1742) standing beside an orange tree and Carey Fraser, The Countess of Peterborough (d. 1709) standing next to the statue of Minerva, all in classical landscapes, oils on canvas, 15 1/4" x 10 1/2", 14 3/4" x 10" and 15 1/4" x 10 1/2" respectively, all in similar antique carved gilt wood and plaster frames (3) Provenance: Purchased from Philip Mould Historical Portraits Possibly owned by Sir Godfrey Kneller at Whitton House, Middlesex. Note: The Hampton Court Beauties were a set of full length portraits by Sir Godfrey Kneller, commissioned by Mary II of England to depict the most prestigious ladies of the Court of William III. It is likely that these three portraits were composed by Byng, the principal assistant in Kneller's studio. George Vertue, the noted art historian and antiquary, documented a set of 12 smaller copies of the original portraits at Whitton House, the home of Kneller. It is possible that these could be part of this series.View additional info
Description: Attributed to Edward Byng (c.1676-1753) Portrait of a Young Girl, wearing period costume and holding a staff in her left hand Oil on canvas, 127cm by 100cm Contained within a period carved giltwood frame Ex Sotheby's, The British Sale, 19 March 2003, lot 22 See illustrationView additional info