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Miniature painter, b. 1779 - d. 1852

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    • (2) MINIATURE PORTRAITS ON IVORY ATTRIBUTED TO ANSON DICKENSON (NY, 1779-1852) OF NYC LUMINARIES
      Aug. 27, 2022

      (2) MINIATURE PORTRAITS ON IVORY ATTRIBUTED TO ANSON DICKENSON (NY, 1779-1852) OF NYC LUMINARIES

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Both Ovals: One of Abraham Schermerhorn in high collared coat, attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), with paperwork on sitter and Walter L. Suydam on paper tag, SS: 2 5/8" x 2 1/8"; and Miniature of young man in oval frame, SS: 2 1/2" x 2". Abraham Schermerhorn (1783-1850), wealthy NYC merchant, married Helen Van Cortlandt White , had 9 children, one of whom, Caroline, married William Astor. Lived at No. 1 Greenwich Street until about 1840, No 36 Bond Street thereafter. Walter Leonard Suydam was a prominent member of NYC Socety in the Gilded Age. His maternal grandfather was Abraham Schermerhorn.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • Profile Portrait of Dr. Charles Sloan
      Jan. 24, 2022

      Profile Portrait of Dr. Charles Sloan

      Est: $1,000 - $3,000

      Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779 - 1852) Profile Portrait of Dr. Charles Sloan watercolor on ivory circa 1820 Height 1 1/8 in. by Width 1 in.

      Sotheby's
    • Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), Portrait miniature of a young man
      Feb. 13, 2019

      Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), Portrait miniature of a young man

      Est: $500 - $800

      Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) Portrait miniature of a young man Watercolor on ivory, framed. 2 1/2 in. x 2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Collection of a Philadelphia Lady.

      Freeman's
    • Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), Portrait miniature of a field grade infantry officer, War of 1812
      Nov. 14, 2018

      Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), Portrait miniature of a field grade infantry officer, War of 1812

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Attributed to Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) Portrait miniature of a field grade infantry officer, War of 1812 Watercolor on ivory, framed. 2 1/2 in. x 2 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private collection

      Freeman's
    • Anglo/American School 19th century, Portrait miniature of Judah Philip Benjamin (1811-1884) as a young man
      Apr. 26, 2017

      Anglo/American School 19th century, Portrait miniature of Judah Philip Benjamin (1811-1884) as a young man

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      Anglo/American School 19th century Portrait miniature of Judah Philip Benjamin (1811-1884) as a young man Watercolor on ivory, gilt locket case. 1 1/4 in. x 1 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Private Collection, Main Line, Pennsylvania. Ex-collection: Herman (1902-1972) and Elinor Ellis (1913-1992). Gifted by Herman and Elinor Ellis to the consignor believing that a transplanted South Carolinian would appreciate the Southern significance of this portrait miniature.

      Freeman's
    • Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), portrait of a member of the pike family of connecticut, circa 1820
      Nov. 11, 2015

      Anson Dickinson (1779-1852), portrait of a member of the pike family of connecticut, circa 1820

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) portrait of a member of the pike family of connecticut, circa 1820 Watercolor on ivory, framed. 2 7/8 in. x 2 1/4 in. (sight) PROVENANCE: Property of a New York Collector.

      Freeman's
    • 19th Century Miniature Portrait
      May. 09, 2015

      19th Century Miniature Portrait

      Est: $100 - $200

      Watercolor on ivory, unsigned but possibly the work of Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852), in contemporary frame with mat due to losses from original oval shape, sight 1 5/8"W, 2 1/8"H; frame 3 1/4"W, 3 7/8"H (L1214)

      Ivy Auctions
    • Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) Miniature Portrait of Raphael Dickinson, 1831. Unsigned. Watercolor, 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in. (sight), i
      Aug. 10, 2014

      Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) Miniature Portrait of Raphael Dickinson, 1831. Unsigned. Watercolor, 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in. (sight), i

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) Miniature Portrait of Raphael Dickinson, 1831. Unsigned. Watercolor, 2 3/4 x 2 1/4 in. (sight), in a mitred and molded mahogany frame. Condition: Good. Note: Mona Dearborn, an authority on Dickinson's work, wrote in a 1993 letter about this miniaiture: "there is no question about the identity of the sitter or the artist." Ms. Dearborn explains also that this miniature was probably painted in New Haven on August 20, 1831.

      Skinner
    • ANSON DICKINSON (AMERICAN 1779-1852). PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY WEARING A WHITE GOWN AND RED WRAP.
      Aug. 05, 2012

      ANSON DICKINSON (AMERICAN 1779-1852). PORTRAIT MINIATURE OF A YOUNG LADY WEARING A WHITE GOWN AND RED WRAP.

      Est: $700 - $1,000

      Watercolor on ivory, 3 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches, sight. Signed and dated "A. Dickinson/ 1820." In a gilt metal frame with original sanded brass mat. Provenance: The Leo Schidlof Collection, Vienna. Illustrated in Schidlof "The Miniature in Europe," vol.II, pl. 171.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) miniature portrait
      Apr. 14, 2008

      Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) miniature portrait

      Est: $600 - $800

      Anson Dickinson (1779-1852) miniature portrait of a young lady circa 1830 Unsigned, watercolor on ivory, framed. H: 3 1/2, W: 2 1/2 in.

      Freeman's
    • Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) A young Lady, wearing décolleté white dress with pale blue ribbon waistband and red shawl about her shoulders, her dark hair upswept in a plaited bun
      Nov. 21, 2007

      Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) A young Lady, wearing décolleté white dress with pale blue ribbon waistband and red shawl about her shoulders, her dark hair upswept in a plaited bun

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      A young Lady, wearing décolleté white dress with pale blue ribbon waistband and red shawl about her shoulders, her dark hair upswept in a plaited bun. Signed on the obverse and dated A Dickinson/ 1820 , gilt-metal frame. Rectangular, 82mm ( 3 1/4in) high Provenance: The Leo Schidlof Collection, Vienna Literature: Leo Schidlof, The Miniature in Europe , Graz, 1964, ill.vol.III, pl.171, fig.320

      Bonhams
    • Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) A young Lady, wearing white dress with standing frilled collar, her blonde hair drawn back with curls falling across her forehead
      Nov. 21, 2007

      Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852) A young Lady, wearing white dress with standing frilled collar, her blonde hair drawn back with curls falling across her forehead

      Est: -

      A young Lady, wearing white dress with standing frilled collar, her blonde hair drawn back with curls falling across her forehead. Gilt-metal frame, the reverse engraved Anson Dickinson/ pinxit . Oval, 77mm ( 3 1/16in) high Provenance: Christie's, 20 March 1990, lot 112

      Bonhams
    • ANSON DICKINSON (AMERICAN 1779-1852). PAIR OF
      Oct. 28, 2007

      ANSON DICKINSON (AMERICAN 1779-1852). PAIR OF

      Est: $6,000 - $9,000

      ANSON DICKINSON (AMERICAN 1779-1852). PAIR OF PORTRAIT MINIATURES OF FREDERICK WOLCOTT AND HIS DAUGHTER, MARIANNE WOLCOTT WHITEHEAD, OF LITCHFIELD, CONNECTICUT. Each watercolor on ivory, 3 x 2 1/2 inches, sight.Frederic (1767-1837) was the son of Oliver Wolcott, a member of the Continental Congress, signer of the Declaration of Independence, and Governor of the state of Connecticut. Frederick's sister, Mariann, is noted for making the most bullets from the statue of King George III, removed from Bowling Green and melted down in Litchfield. She was also the subject of a portrait by Ralph Earl. Frederick was a Clerk of the Superior Court, Litchfield County and a member of the State Assembly. Marianne (1803-1864) attended Litchfield Female Academy, and married Asa Whitehead of Newark, New Jersey in 1827.

      Bourgeault-Horan Antiquarians
    • Possibly Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852)
      Jun. 05, 2005

      Possibly Anson Dickinson (American, 1779-1852)

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Miniature Portrait of William Hull. Unsigned. The sitter's name inscribed on a piece of paper inserted in the case. Watercolor on ivory, c. 1810, bust-length portrait of a young man with curly brown hair and brown eyes wearing a black jacket, white shirt and stock, with a shaded cloud-like background, 2 5/8 x 2 1/8 in., in an oval copper case with a compartment on the reverse containing a lock of plaited brown hair. Condition: Very good.

      Skinner
    • PAIR OF MINIATURES
      May. 01, 2004

      PAIR OF MINIATURES

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      PAIR OF MINIATURES, OIL ON IVORY- PORTRAITS OF CANDICE CATLIN WOODRUFF AND GENERAL MORRIS WOODRUFF BY ANSON DICKINSON (NEW YORK, 1780-1852) ALONG WITH CDV OF MRS WOODRUFF TAKEN IN 1862. IN ORIGINAL GOLD FRAMES AND MATS. 2 7/8" X 2 1/4" EACH.

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
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