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Lot 79: Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee, P.R.A. (1853-1928)

Victorian & British Impressionist Art

by Christie's

June 15, 2011

London, United Kingdom

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Description: Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee, P.R.A. (1853-1928)
Portrait of Mrs W. K. D'Arcy, seated, three-quarter length, in an opulent interior
signed and dated 'FRANK DICKSEE/-1902-' (lower right); and further signed and inscribed 'Frank Dicksee Esq. R.A. 3, Greville Place, St John's Wood' (on an old label on the reverse)
oil on canvas
54 x 61½ in. (137.2 x 156.2 cm.)

Notes: Sir Francis Bernard Dicksee, P.R.A. (1853-1928)
Portrait of Mrs W. K. D'Arcy, seated, three-quarter length, in an opulent interior
signed and dated 'FRANK DICKSEE/-1902-' (lower right); and further signed and inscribed 'Frank Dicksee Esq. R.A. 3, Greville Place, St John's Wood' (on an old label on the reverse)
oil on canvas
54 x 61½ in. (137.2 x 156.2 cm.)

Provenance: Painted for William Knox D'Arcy, the sitter's husband.
By descent to the sitter and offered for sale by her executors at Christie's, London, 8 December 1950, lot 22; the picture was withdrawn and has remained in the sitter's family.

Exhibited: London, Royal Academy, 1902, no. 139.

Literature: Royal Academy Pictures 1902, London, 1902, p. 163, illustrated.
Academy Notes 1902, London, 1902, p. 14.

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