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      • THOMAS STRICKLAND, O/C, Beach Seascape
        May. 18, 2024

        THOMAS STRICKLAND, O/C, Beach Seascape

        Est: $400 - $800

        Oil on canvas seascape by Thomas Joseph Strickland (American, 20th). Signed at lower right. Canvas measures 24" x 48", framed to 32 3/8" x 56 1/4". This item will need to be shipped by a packing company of your choice. We maintain a list of reliable shippers, or you may choose your own.

        Blackwell Auctions LLC
      • After Thomas Beach (English, 1738-1806), Three quarter length portrait of Lewis Dymoke Grosvenor Tregonwell (1758-1832), the Founder of Bournemouth, wearing the uniform of a Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry, oil on canvas,
        Mar. 12, 2024

        After Thomas Beach (English, 1738-1806), Three quarter length portrait of Lewis Dymoke Grosvenor Tregonwell (1758-1832), the Founder of Bournemouth, wearing the uniform of a Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry, oil on canvas,

        Est: £400 - £600

        After Thomas Beach (English, 1738-1806) Three quarter length portrait of Lewis Dymoke Grosvenor Tregonwell (1758-1832), the Founder of Bournemouth, wearing the uniform of a Captain in the Dorset Yeomanry oil on canvas

        Gorringes
      • Thomas Roese Mixed Media, Beach House
        Mar. 02, 2024

        Thomas Roese Mixed Media, Beach House

        Est: $250 - $450

        Thomas Roese (American, b. 1948) Beach House, 2011, colored pencil, watercolor and acrylic, signed and dated lower right, matted and framed. Dimensions: 20.5 x 27.5 in. image size, 30 x 36.5 in. as framed. Condition: Very good with no damage or restoration.

        Neue Auctions
      • 2 Thomas Beach portraits of sisters.
        Sep. 22, 2023

        2 Thomas Beach portraits of sisters.

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        A pair of portraits of two young women by Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806). Oil on canvas. 1782. Labels on verso name the sitters as Mary (b.1765) and Grace (1770-1830) Michel, daughters of Colonel David Robert Michel (1735-1805) of Kingston Russell house in Dorset England. Signed "Beach pinxit/ 1782" over left shoulders. Sight: 22 1/4" x 17 1/4". Frame: 27 1/2" x 22". Provenance: Photographed in Strutt & Parker real estate material for the Bowling Green house, Dorset.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • A Thomas (Tommie) Charlie concha belt
        Aug. 30, 2023

        A Thomas (Tommie) Charlie concha belt

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Thomas (Tommie) Charlie Diné (Navajo), (b. 1952), a silver concha belt, designed with an oval scalloped buckle set with seven turquoise, with eight oblong scalloped conchas, the buckle stamped with maker's mark and: Sterling, on a thin brown leather belt. length 45 3/4in, buckle 2 1/2in x 2 7/8in, each concha 2 5/8in x 3 1/4in; gross weight approximately 496.3g

        Bonhams
      • Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester) Portrait of William, later 1st Earl of Craven, as a boy, in Van Dyck costume
        Jul. 05, 2023

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester) Portrait of William, later 1st Earl of Craven, as a boy, in Van Dyck costume

        Est: £10,000 - £15,000

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester) Portrait of William, later 1st Earl of Craven, as a boy, in Van Dyck costume indistinctly signed 'T.Be***' (lower right) oil on canvas, oval 136.5 x 97.2cm (53 11/16 x 38 1/4in).

        Bonhams
      • **Thomas Beach (attributed to)
        Apr. 28, 2023

        **Thomas Beach (attributed to)

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        **Thomas Beach (attributed to) (British, 1738-1806) PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN IN UNIFORM oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H29" W35" Provenance: Casson Galleries, Boston, 1920s Skinner, Boston (21 Nov 2003, Lot 225) Private collection

        Charlton Hall
      • ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) Portrait of a Gentleman in a red coat, with tricorn hat under his left arm, in a feigned oval Oil on canvas, 74 x 62cm
        Apr. 26, 2023

        ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) Portrait of a Gentleman in a red coat, with tricorn hat under his left arm, in a feigned oval Oil on canvas, 74 x 62cm

        Est: €2,500 - €3,500

        ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) Portrait of a Gentleman in a red coat, with tricorn hat under his left arm, in a feigned oval Oil on canvas, 74 x 62cm

        Adam's
      • Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806), Portrait of George Templer of Shapwick, oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm
        Dec. 13, 2022

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806), Portrait of George Templer of Shapwick, oil on canvas, 75 x 62cm

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of George Templer of Shapwick oil on canvas signed and dated 1799

        Gorringes
      • Attributed to Thomas Beach, (British 1738-1806), Portrait of Charles James Fox, Oil on canvas, 29-3/4 x 25 in (75.6 x 63.5 cm)
        May. 13, 2022

        Attributed to Thomas Beach, (British 1738-1806), Portrait of Charles James Fox, Oil on canvas, 29-3/4 x 25 in (75.6 x 63.5 cm)

        Est: $1,500 - $2,500

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of Charles James Fox Oil on canvas Signed Thomas Beach Pinx l.l.

        Weschler's
      • Portrait of Captain William Hansford, R.N.
        Oct. 30, 2021

        Portrait of Captain William Hansford, R.N.

        Est: $1,000 - $2,000

        Attributed to THOMAS BEACH (British, 1738-1806), portrait of Captain William Hansford, R.N., oil on canvas, unsigned. Lined, some skinning, a few areas of fine craquelure. Canvas 50''h, 40''w. Provenance: Arthur Ackerman & Son (as George Romney); Ex Collection William Woodward.

        South Bay Auctions Inc
      • After Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806), 19th century, Co...
        Aug. 06, 2021

        After Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806), 19th century, Co...

        Est: £50 - £100

        After Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806), 19th century, Coloured print, A portrait of Mr Tattersall, Founder of Tattersalls. Titled under. Approx. 12" x 7 3/4"

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Attributed to Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806)
        Feb. 24, 2021

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806)

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Lord Castlehaven oil on canvas titled (lower left) 29 3/4 x 25 inches. Provenance: (By repute) Captain G. W. Penruddocke, Compton Park, Salisbury (By repute) His sale, London, Robinson & Fisher, 13 November 1930, Lot 65 Literature: (By repute) E.S. Beach, Thomas Beach, a Dorset Portrait Painter; Favourite Pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds, London, 1934, p. 56, cat. no. 41. Property from the Estate of a Gentleman, Evanston, Illinois

        Hindman
      • THOMAS MCKNIGHT 'PALM BEACH' SERIGRAPH
        Oct. 24, 2020

        THOMAS MCKNIGHT 'PALM BEACH' SERIGRAPH

        Est: $150 - $200

        Thomas Mcknight serigraph depicting an interior scene in Palm Beach. Pencil signed lower right. Numbered PP 36/40 lower left. Measures 41 3/4" x 36 3/4" + 5 1/2" mat & frame.

        Antiques & Modern Auction Gallery
      • Large 18th c. Portrait Oil Painting by Thomas Beach (attr)
        Jul. 19, 2020

        Large 18th c. Portrait Oil Painting by Thomas Beach (attr)

        Est: $5,000 - $10,000

        Large 18th Century Portrait Oil Painting attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) | Oil on Professionally Relined Canvas | Depicts a young lady in a bonnet | Housed in a gold gilt gesso wood frame featuring a brass artist plaque engraved with "Thomas Beach 1738-1806" | Approx. Dimensions: 55" H x43" W x 3" D"; Approx. 25 pds. Thomas Beach was born in Milton Abbas, Dorchester in 1738. During the years 1760-1762 he was a student of Joshua Reynolds. He was a member of the Society of Artists and later settled at the resort of Bath where he was much in demand for his portraits | Provenance: Prominent Estate Collection of Edwin Moore Brogdon, PhD | Dr. Brogdon was the owner of Brogdon Manor, a stately plantation home located in the Brogdon Community, near Sumter, SC. The home was built in 1898 by his grandfather William Turner Brogdon. The Brogdon community was comprised of a local country store, cotton gin, sawmill and dairy. William Turner Brogdon was one of the largest planters in Sumter and Clarendon counties at the end of the 19th century.

        Worthington Galleries
      • LARGE THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) MANNER OF PORTRAIT
        May. 31, 2020

        LARGE THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) MANNER OF PORTRAIT

        Est: $1,800 - $2,400

        Large Portrait of a Young Beauty with Bonnet in the manner of Thomas Beach. Unsigned. In gilt frame with brass name plaque. Relined. In frame 55"x43"x3". Weight approximately 25 pds. Thomas Beach was born in Milton Abbas, Dorchester in 1738. During the years 1760-1762 he was a student of Joshua Reynolds. He was a member of the Society of Artists and later settled at the resort of Bath where he was much in demand for his portraits. PROVENANCE: Edwin Moore Brogdon, PhD, collection. Dr. Brogdon was the owner of Brogdon Manor, a stately plantation home, located in the Brogdon Community, near Sumter, SC. The home was built in 1898 by his grandfather William Turner Brogdon. The Brogdon community was comprised of a local country store, cotton gin, sawmill and dairy. William Turner Brogdon was one of the largest planters in Sumter and Clarendon counties at the end of the 19th century. ***Pickup only or Shipping on this item offered through Outward Bound 413-854-3676, Laney’s Ship & Haul 256-770-5750, Pak Mail 843-849-0310 - [email protected]. The UPS store 843-202-0141 - [email protected] or locally AJ Williams & Sons 843-442-0462. Contact us for a list of more shippers or contact your own choice of shipper directly.

        Charleston Estate Auctions
      • Thomas Beach Portrait of Girl with Parrot Oil
        Dec. 15, 2019

        Thomas Beach Portrait of Girl with Parrot Oil

        Est: -

        Thomas Beach (English, 1738-1806) "Portrait of a Girl with Parrot," oil on canvas, depicting girl in white floral print dress with bonnet, red parrot perched on her left hand, artist's plaque with name and dates: "Thomas Beach 1734-1806." Image: 39" H x 28.5" W; frame: 47" H x 36.25" W x 2.25" D. Craquelure including some spiral cracks.

        Auctions at Showplace
      • 1780 OIL PORTRAIT OF GEO. PITT BY THOMAS BEACH
        Jun. 08, 2019

        1780 OIL PORTRAIT OF GEO. PITT BY THOMAS BEACH

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806), oil on canvas, Portrait of George Pitt (1721-1803), 1st Baron Rivers and Lord of the Bedchamber, 1780. Beach was a popular English portrait painter of the time who studied under Sir Joshua Reynolds. Dimensions are: 19 3/4 inches wide X 24 3/4 inches high. All measurements are approximate.

        Oakridge Auction Gallery
      • Thomas Beach Portrait of Cap. A. Napier Oil on Canvas
        Mar. 30, 2019

        Thomas Beach Portrait of Cap. A. Napier Oil on Canvas

        Est: $2,000 - $3,000

        Thomas Beach (1738-1806). Oil on canvas portrait of Captain A. Napier. Signed along the lower right. Inscribed "Capt. A. Napier" and dated 1776 along the lower left. Several labels are adhered to the verso: a James Bourlet & Sons, Ltd. label, c. early 20th century; an inventory label identifying the piece as part of the Collection of W. Phelips Esqr, Montacute House; additionally there are two handwritten tags, one inscribed "W Phelips Esqr, Montacute House" and the other inscribed "W Phelips Esqr, 162." Provenance: Private collection, Minnesota

        Revere Auctions
      • THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORECHESTER)
        Mar. 20, 2019

        THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORECHESTER)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORECHESTER) Portrait of Robert Helyar (c.1748-1781), half-length, in uniform  transcribed 'Robert Helyar Aged 20 years / 1768' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 30 x 25 3/8 in. (76.2 x 64.4 cm.) PROVENANCE: By descent through the sitter's family at Coker Court, Yeovil, Somerset. Colonel and Mrs Walker Heneage, by 1937, and by descent to the present owner. EXHIBITED: Bristol, R.W.A., Art Treasures of the West Country, 24 May-26 June 1937, no. 127 (lent by Mrs.Walker Heneage).

        Chiswick Auctions
      • Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas, Dorset 1738-1806 Dorchester) - Four portraits of the children of William and Elizabeth Helyar: Joanna, aged 8;...
        Dec. 07, 2018

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas, Dorset 1738-1806 Dorchester) - Four portraits of the children of William and Elizabeth Helyar: Joanna, aged 8;...

        Est: £20,000 - £30,000

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas, Dorset 1738-1806 Dorchester) Four portraits of the children of William and Elizabeth Helyar: Joanna, aged 8;... oil on canvas 29 7/8 x 25 ½ in. (75.9 x 64.8 cm.) (4)

        Christie's
      • Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) - Portrait of a gentleman with hands in his jacket, possibly a member of the Beach family, in a feig.
        Nov. 28, 2018

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) - Portrait of a gentleman with hands in his jacket, possibly a member of the Beach family, in a feig.

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of a gentleman in a grey curled wig, white stock and grey jacket, with one hand in his waistcoat, seated, in a feigned oval, possibly a member of the Beach family oil on canvas h:74 w:59 cm Provenance: By direct descent within the family of the artist

        Cheffins
      • 18th Century Portrait Oil Painting by Thomas Beach
        Oct. 13, 2018

        18th Century Portrait Oil Painting by Thomas Beach

        Est: $2,250 - $2,813

        Remarkable 18th Century half length portrait attributed to renowned English Portraitist Thomas Beach (1738 – 1806) | Medium: oil on canvas | Entitled “Portrait of a Gentleman” | Housed in a more recent Gold Gilded Wooden Frame | Dimensions: Image 29.5″ H x 24.5″ W; Frame 34.75″ H x 29.5″ W | Artist or Maker: Thomas Beach (1738 – 1806) | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Date: 18th Century | Condition: Very good antique condition. Painting has been relined and restored. Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium | Literature: Entitled “Portrait of a Gentleman”

        Worthington Galleries
      • THOMAS BEACH (ENGLISH 1738-1806), OIL ON CANVAS, PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, UNSIGNED. 28 X 22"; FRAMED 32 X 26" (RELINED)
        Sep. 30, 2018

        THOMAS BEACH (ENGLISH 1738-1806), OIL ON CANVAS, PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, UNSIGNED. 28 X 22"; FRAMED 32 X 26" (RELINED)

        Est: $300 - $500

        THOMAS BEACH (ENGLISH 1738-1806), OIL ON CANVAS, PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN, UNSIGNED. 28 X 22"; FRAMED 32 X 26" (RELINED)

        William J Jenack Auctioneers
      • Thomas Beach 18th Century Portrait Oil Painting, British School
        Jul. 21, 2018

        Thomas Beach 18th Century Portrait Oil Painting, British School

        Est: $2,250 - $2,813

        Remarkable 18th Century half length portrait by renowned English Portraitist Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806) | Medium: oil on canvas | Entitled "Portrait of a Gentleman" | Housed in a more recent Gold Gilded Wooden Frame | Dimensions: Image 29.5" H x 24.5" W; Frame 34.75" H x 29.5" W | Artist or Maker: Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806) | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Date: 18th Century | Condition: Very good antique condition. Painting has been relined and restored. Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium | Literature: Entitled "Portrait of a Gentleman" Dimensions: 34.75" H x 29.5" W Artist or Maker: Thomas Beach (English,1738 - 1806) Medium: Oil on Canvas Date: 18th Century Condition Report: Painting has been relined and restored. Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium. Provenance: From a Prominent London Estate. Thomas Beach (1738 – 17 December 1806) was an English portrait painter who studied under Sir Joshua Reynolds. Beach was born at Milton Abbas, Dorset in 1738, and showed. a strong predilection for art from an early age. In 1760, under the patronage of Lord Dorchester's family, he became a pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds, while at the same time studying at the St. Martin's Lane Academy. He then settled at the fashionable resort of Bath, where he was much in demand for his portraits and portrait groups. The British (or English) school, was a dominant school of painting in England throughout the second half of the 18th century and the first half of the 19th. Its establishment marked the rise of a national tradition that began with the emergence of native artists whose works were no longer provincial but rivaled continental art in quality and ended by exercising considerable influence on the course of European painting. British national initiatives to bolster art in the 18th century proved an important step in the history of art in this region. With portraits being previously outsourced elsewhere in Europe, the British School began to flourish with portrait painters that rivaled the best on the Continent. Condition: Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium.

        Worthington Galleries
      • Thomas Beach 18th Century Oil Painting "Portrait of a Gentleman"
        May. 19, 2018

        Thomas Beach 18th Century Oil Painting "Portrait of a Gentleman"

        Est: $2,500 - $5,000

        Splendid 18th Century half length portrait by renowned English Portraitist Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806) | Medium: oil on canvas | Entitled "Portrait of a Gentleman" | Housed in a more recent Gold Gilded Wooden Frame | Dimensions: 29.5" H x 24.5" W | Artist or Maker: Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806) | Medium: Oil on Canvas | Date: 18th Century | Condition: Very good antique condition. Painting has been relined and restored. Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium | Literature: Entitled "Portrait of a Gentleman"

        Worthington Galleries
      • Thomas Beach (Attr) 18th Century Oil Painting "Portrait of a Gentleman"
        Mar. 03, 2018

        Thomas Beach (Attr) 18th Century Oil Painting "Portrait of a Gentleman"

        Est: $2,500 - $5,000

        Splendid 18th Century half length portrait attributed to renowned English Portraitist Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806) | Medium: oil on canvas. Measures 29 1/2″ x 24 1/2″ – Framed in a Gold Gilded Wooden Frame | Entitled Portrait of a Gentleman. Although the work was previously thought as originating in Europe (Continental School), the fantastic rendering is now believed to be attributed to Thomas Beach from the British School. Aside from the fact that the painting is likely too early to be included in the Continental School (19th Century), there are several indicators that would suggest the painting more properly be catalogued as being from the earlier British School. Some such indicators include the painted oval portrait border, the candle-light palette, the type of powdered wig, ascot and subdued high collared uniform, among others. Furthermore, in our qualified opinion, based on the information available, the painting is a work of the period of the artist which may be in whole or part the work of Thomas Beach. While the work has similarities to portraits of several English 18th century portraiture artists, the piece has the strongest resemblance to the work of the prolific english portrait artist Thomas Beach. Beaches work exhibits a similar style, used painted oval borders, subdued candle-lit lighting, specialized in half length portraits, preferred painting the subject from the left side, with sitter usually turned 45 degrees, brush stroke and technique likeness, etc. (E.g. Portrait of Francis Steward, Thomas Beach self-portrait, 4th Baron Coleraine, Portrait of a Man, and the portrait of James Scott Beach). While numerous other British School portraiture painters have been studied, and may have a few similarities (see Thomas Hardy, Henry Walton, Arthur William Devis, an earlier work of George Knapton, Cosmo Alexander, with similar painted textures, especially in the wigs, also added some streaks of color in the wigs, similar depth (or lack of depth) among others) none seem to reflect the closeness of style and rendering as Beach. Thomas Beach (1738 – 17 December 1806) was an English portrait painter who studied under Sir Joshua Reynolds. Beach was born at Milton Abbas, Dorset in 1738, and showed. a strong predilection for art from an early age. In 1760, under the patronage of Lord Dorchester’s family, he became a pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds, while at the same time studying at the St. Martin’s Lane Academy. He then settled at the fashionable resort of Bath, where he was much in demand for his portraits and portrait groups. The British (or English) school, was a dominant school of painting in England throughout the second half of the 18th century and the first half of the 19th. Its establishment marked the rise of a national tradition that began with the emergence of native artists whose works were no longer provincial but rivaled continental art in quality and ended by exercising considerable influence on the course of European painting. British national initiatives to bolster art in the 18th century proved an important step in the history of art in this region. With portraits being previously outsourced elsewhere in Europe, the British School began to flourish with portrait painters that rivaled the best on the Continent. Condition: Upon inspection in the frame, with the exception of a small lacuna as pictured and the age appropriate craquelure there is no major apparent damage to rendering or medium. Attribution: Please see terms and conditions. It is not always known with certainty who created a painting or piece of art work. An attribution is a reasonable assessment of who was responsible for creating a particular work of art. Attributions are made with different degrees of certainty, depending on factors such as style and documentary and scientific evidence. When a work of art is “attributed” to an artist, the assessor has concluded that, based on all available evidence, the art is reasonably believed to be an original work in whole or in part by the artist. However, the assessor maintains a degree of uncertainty that would prevent a definitive attribution (thereby removing the term attribution). Consequently, there can be no assurance or guaranty that the paintings attribution will necessarily ever be further proven or confirmed. Consequently, the buyer is encouraged to seek an independent professional assessment from a qualified appraiser or examiner. Pricing: The most recent public sale of a Thomas Beach portrait (of almost the exact size as the present painting) was the Portrait of John Rogers sold on January 16, 2016 by Brunk Auctions for $3,000 (unfortunately our records do not contain a picture of the painting). However, immediately preceding was the sale of Beach’s Portrait of William Helyar at Christies in London on April 30, 2015 for $24,612. The Five Beach portraits sold in public auctions immediatley prior to the sale of William Helyar carried the following hammer prices: In 2015 – Sotheby’s London $14,613; In 2014 – Woolley & Wallis, England $6263; Bonhams London $13,713; Christie’s London $3,328 and 2013 – Bonhoms London $4,826. Nonetheless, Worthington strongly encourages all interested buyers to conduct their own independent investigation.

        Worthington Galleries
      • Thomas Beach (British 1738 - 1806) - Portrait of the Masters Blair: Charles and Henry Blair
        Nov. 08, 2017

        Thomas Beach (British 1738 - 1806) - Portrait of the Masters Blair: Charles and Henry Blair

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        Portrait of the Masters Blair: Charles and Henry Blair, the Children of Charles Blair and Lady Mary Fane Oil on canvas Signed TBeach pinx and indistinctly dated 1769 , lower left 127.5 x 101.5cm (50 1/4 x 40in.) Provenance : By inheritance in the Blair, Michel and De Montmorency families, until 1981 Then at Bowling Green, Sherborne, Dorset Thence by descent to the present owner. Literature : Elise S. Beach, Thomas Beach. A Dorset Portrait Painter, 1934, p. 55, no. 23.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • THOMAS BEACH, R.A. | Portrait of John Newman (d. 1799), of Barwick Park, Yeovil; and a portrait of his wife, Grace Newman, née Hoskins
        May. 03, 2017

        THOMAS BEACH, R.A. | Portrait of John Newman (d. 1799), of Barwick Park, Yeovil; and a portrait of his wife, Grace Newman, née Hoskins

        Est: £12,000 - £18,000

        a pair, both oil on canvas, in 18th century English carved and gilt Maratta frames

        Sotheby's
      • THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER) Portrait of a lady, half-l
        Nov. 02, 2016

        THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER) Portrait of a lady, half-l

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER) Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a blue and silver dress, within a painted oval signed and dated ‘T. Beach pinx/ 1766’ (lower right) oil on canvas 74 x 61.8cm (29 1/8 x 24 5/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Manner of Thomas Beach (British 1738-1806)/Portrait of Children with a Racing Bird/oil on canvas, 124cm x 100cm/see illustration
        Jul. 19, 2016

        Manner of Thomas Beach (British 1738-1806)/Portrait of Children with a Racing Bird/oil on canvas, 124cm x 100cm/see illustration

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Manner of Thomas Beach (British 1738-1806)/Portrait of Children with a Racing Bird/oil on canvas, 124cm x 100cm/see illustration

        Chorley's
      • *THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER)
        Jul. 06, 2016

        *THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER)

        Est: £20,000 - £30,000

        *THOMAS BEACH (MILTON ABBAS 1738-1806 DORCHESTER) Portrait of Edmund Pytts and his brother Samuel standing by a commemorative urn in parkland with a spaniel, a view of Kyre House beyond signed and dated ‘TBeach Pinxt/1779’ (on the pedestal, lower right) and bears inscription ‘EDMUND and SAMUEL PYTTS in 1779’ (lower left) oil on canvas, unlined 126.5 x 101.5cm (49 13/16 x 39 15/16in).

        Bonhams
      • Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Portrait of a young lady wearing a white dress, 30 x 25in.
        Mar. 23, 2016

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Portrait of a young lady wearing a white dress, 30 x 25in.

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) oil on canvas, Portrait of a young lady wearing a white dress, 30 x 25in.

        Gorringes
      • Thomas Beach (1738-1806), ‘Portrait of a Lady’, 1780s
        Aug. 21, 2015

        Thomas Beach (1738-1806), ‘Portrait of a Lady’, 1780s

        Est: €150 - €195

        Charcoal on paper England, around 1780 Thomas Beach (1738-1806) – English Portrait Painter Probably a study for an oil painting by Thomas Beach, that is to be found in the Witt Library, London Ornamentally carved, golden frame Overall dimensions, framed: 75.5 x 59 cm Sheet Dimensions: 36.5 x 22.5 cm Good condition Provenance: German private collection Estimate by Auctionata Expert: 1120 EUR The Witt Library in London owns an oil painting by British painter Thomas Beach, created around 1780, depicting the same Lady as in this drawing. Style and display indicate that this drawing on light grounded paper is indeed a study for the mentioned painting. It depicts a young lady wearing a feathered hat in three-quarters pose. Beach studied under Joshua Reynolds in the 1760s and established a reputation as portrait artist in the following years, creating paintings of reputable Ladies such as Sarah Siddons or Frances Villiers. The sheet is in a good condition for its age. It has been mounted on card and matted. It shows minor marginal blemishes and crease marks, sporadically with foxing. On the lower left with a small stamp ‘Alamo’(?). On the back of the sheet marked in pencil ‘Alte Bestimmung bestätigt von Dr. von Alten. Thomas Gainsborough. 1727-1788. Auf Anraten Dr. v. Alten Bremer Kupferstichkabinett angekauft‘ (=Old determination confirmed by Dr. von Alten. Thomas Gainsborough. 1727-1788. Purchased on advice by Dr. v. Alten Bremer Kupferstichkabinett.) and with some traces of an old mounting. The ornamentally carved frame shows slight traces of use. The sheets dimensions are 36.5 x 22.5 cm. The overall dimensions framed are 75.5 x 59 cm. Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Thomas Beach was born 1738 in Milton Abbas, Dorchester. During the years 1760 – 1762 he was a student of Joshua Reynolds. He was a member of the Society of Artists and and later settled at the resort of Bath where he was much in demand for his portraits. He held exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts during the 1780’s and 90’s. He painted famous characters such as actors Sarah Siddons and John Kemble. Some of his portraits can be found in the National Portrait Gallery in London. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), t
        Apr. 30, 2015

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), t

        Est: £5,000 - £8,000

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Portrait of William Helyar (d.1820), three-quarter-length, in an embroidered... oil on canvas 49 ½ x 40 1/8 in. (145.8 x 102 cm.)

        Christie's
      • THOMAS BEACH, R.A. | William, Earl of Craven, as a boy, in Van Dyck costume
        Apr. 30, 2015

        THOMAS BEACH, R.A. | William, Earl of Craven, as a boy, in Van Dyck costume

        Est: £5,000 - £7,000

        oil on canvas, oval

        Sotheby's
      • SCHOOL OF THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN LACE CAP Oil on canvas: 28 1/2 x 23 in.
        Jan. 24, 2015

        SCHOOL OF THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN LACE CAP Oil on canvas: 28 1/2 x 23 in.

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        SCHOOL OF THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) PORTRAIT OF A LADY IN LACE CAP Oil on canvas: 28 1/2 x 23 in. Framed Provenance: Sir Hugh Lane his gift to Sir Edwin Lutyens, Mrs Amanda Pallant by 1981; Suzanne Fields Gallery, London, by 1984; purchased in 1984 and by descent to the present owner Exhibitions: "Lutyens Exhibit,"1981-82 Serpentine Gallery, London, no. 231 "Portrait of an Old Lady in a Lace cap and Shawl," lent by Mrs. Amanda Pallant

        Potomack Company
      • Circle of Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of Georgina Martha Woodgate and Frances Woodgate unframed
        Dec. 03, 2014

        Circle of Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of Georgina Martha Woodgate and Frances Woodgate unframed

        Est: £1,200 - £1,800

        Circle of Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of Georgina Martha Woodgate and Frances Woodgate unframed

        Bonhams
      • ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) FAMILY PORTRAIT Oil on canvas: 39 1/2 x 49 1/2 in.
        May. 03, 2014

        ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) FAMILY PORTRAIT Oil on canvas: 39 1/2 x 49 1/2 in.

        Est: $5,000 - $8,000

        ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS BEACH (BRITISH, 1738-1806) FAMILY PORTRAIT Oil on canvas: 39 1/2 x 49 1/2 in. Framed; lower left indistinctly signed and dated

        Potomack Company
      • Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester)
        Feb. 25, 2014

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester)

        Est: £2,000 - £2,500

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester) >Portrait of John FitzPatrick, 2nd Earl of Upper Ossory (1745-1818), half-length, in a red coat and green waistcoat<br>oil on canvas >24.78 x 22¾ in. (63.4 x 57.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • Thomas Beach (1738-1806), 'Portrait of a Lady', 1780s
        Jan. 24, 2014

        Thomas Beach (1738-1806), 'Portrait of a Lady', 1780s

        Est: €1,280 - €1,600

        Charcoal on paper England, around 1780 Thomas Beach (1738-1806) - English Portrait Painter Probably a study for an oil painting by Thomas Beach, that is to be found in the Witt Library, London Ornamentally carved, golden frame Overall dimensions, framed: 75.5 x 59 cm Sheet Dimensions: 36.5 x 22.5 cm Good condition Provenance: German private collection The Witt Library in London owns an oil painting by British painter Thomas Beach, created around 1780, depicting the same Lady as in this drawing. Style and display indicate that this drawing on light grounded paper is indeed a study for the mentioned painting. It depicts a young lady wearing a feathered hat in three-quarters pose. Beach studied under Joshua Reynolds in the 1760s and established a reputation as portrait artist in the following years, creating paintings of reputable Ladies such as Sarah Siddons or Frances Villiers. The sheet is in a good condition for its age. It has been mounted on card and matted. It shows minor marginal blemishes and crease marks, sporadically with foxing. On the lower left with a small stamp 'Alamo'(?). On the back of the sheet marked in pencil 'Alte Bestimmung bestätigt von Dr. von Alten. Thomas Gainsborough. 1727-1788. Auf Anraten Dr. v. Alten Bremer Kupferstichkabinett angekauft' (=Old determination confirmed by Dr. von Alten. Thomas Gainsborough. 1727-1788. Purchased on advice by Dr. v. Alten Bremer Kupferstichkabinett.) and with some traces of an old mounting. The ornamentally carved frame shows slight traces of use. The sheets dimensions are 36.5 x 22.5 cm. The overall dimensions framed are 75.5 x 59 cm. Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Thomas Beach was born 1738 in Milton Abbas, Dorchester. During the years 1760 - 1762 he was a student of Joshua Reynolds. He was a member of the Society of Artists and and later settled at the resort of Bath where he was much in demand for his portraits. He held exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts during the 1780's and 90's. He painted famous characters such as actors Sarah Siddons and John Kemble. Some of his portraits can be found in the National Portrait Gallery in London.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Portrait of
        Nov. 12, 2013

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Portrait of

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Attributed to Thomas Beach (1738-1806) Portrait of Sir Henry Dashwood Peyton, Bt. (d. 1789), Oil on canvas, 76 x 63 cm (30 x 24 3/4 in) Provenance: with St. Helier Galleries Ltd; Christie's South Kensington, The Collection of the Late John Appleby: A Channel Island Treasure House, 4th November 2010, Lot 40; Private collection, West Sussex.

        Dreweatts 1759
      • Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester)
        Oct. 30, 2013

        Thomas Beach (Milton Abbas 1738-1806 Dorchester)

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        Portrait of Francis Steward (1743-1798), Mayor of Weymouth and Melcombe Regis, half-length, in a brown coat, within a painted oval signed and dated 'T Beach pinxt/1783.' (lower left) oil on canvas 76 x 64cm (29 15/16 x 25 3/16in).

        Bonhams
      • THOMAS BEACH, R.A.
        Jul. 04, 2013

        THOMAS BEACH, R.A.

        Est: £20,000 - £30,000

        1738-1806 PORTRAIT  OF  THE  CHILDREN  OF  WILLIAM  CRAVEN,  6TH  BARON  CRAVEN oil  on  canvas 242.5  by  304  cm.;  95  1/2    by  119  1/2    in.

        Sotheby's
      • Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) - Portrait of Master Robert Poytnz Wright - oil on canvas -
        Jun. 14, 2012

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) - Portrait of Master Robert Poytnz Wright - oil on canvas -

        Est: £10,000 - £15,000

        Thomas Beach (British, 1738-1806) Portrait of Master Robert Poyntz Wright, playing a Drum oil on canvas h:99 w: 77 cm Provenance: By family descent from the sitter, and with related provenance. Robert Poyntz Wright sadly died at an early age of an illness contracted in India.

        Cheffins
      • THOMAS  BEACH
        May. 02, 2012

        THOMAS  BEACH

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        MILTON  ABBAS,  DORSET  1738  -  1806  DORCHESTER PORTRAIT  OF  FRANCIS  STEWARD  (1743-1798),  MAYOR  OF  WEYMOUTH  AND  MELCOMBE  REGIS signed  and  dated  lower  left:  T.  Beach  pinxυt  1783. oil  on  canvas 76  by  64  cm.;  30  by  25¼  in.

        Sotheby's
      • THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) BRITISH Three quarter
        Apr. 19, 2012

        THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) BRITISH Three quarter

        Est: £5,000 - £7,000

        THOMAS BEACH (1738-1806) BRITISH Three quarter length Portrait of a gentleman holding a cane and seated in a red chair. Oil on canvas. 50 x 40ins in a carved gilt wood frame.

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • THOMAS BEACH
        Jan. 26, 2012

        THOMAS BEACH

        Est: $10,000 - $15,000

        PROPERTY OF A PRIVATE COLLECTOR MILTON ABBAS, DORSET 1738 - 1806 DORCHESTER PORTRAIT OF ELIZABETH, LADY CRAVEN (LATER MARGRAVINE OF ANSPACH) signed and dated middle left: T. Beach pinxit/177(6?) oil on canvas 94 1/4 by 58 1/2 in.; 239.4 by 148.6 cm.

        Sotheby's
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