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Historical-scenes painter, Portrait painter, Etcher, Illustrator, Painter, b. 1708 - d. 1776

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        • Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776)
          Feb. 08, 2024

          Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776)

          Est: $1,000 - $2,000

          Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776) Dr. Messenger Monsey, 1750 oil on canvas 30 1/2 x 25 inches. Property from the Collection of the University Club of Milwaukee Provenance: Thomas Agnew and Sons, London (labeled verso) Acquired in 1932 through the Art Fund of the University Club of Milwaukee

          Hindman
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776)
          Oct. 10, 2023

          Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776)

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. (English, 1708-1776) Dr. Messenger Monsey, 1750 oil on canvas 30 1/2 x 25 inches. This lot is located in Chicago. Property from the Collection of the University Club of Milwaukee Provenance: Thomas Agnew and Sons, London (labeled verso) Acquired in 1932 through the Art Fund of the University Club of Milwaukee

          Hindman
        • Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print.
          Jul. 19, 2023

          Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print.

          Est: £14 - £18

          Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print. Housed in a Frame Measuring 15.5 box 13 inches. Good condition. All autographs are genuine hand signed and come with a Certificate of Authenticity. We combine postage on multiple winning lots and can ship worldwide. UK postage from £5.99, EU from £7.99, Rest of World from £10.

          Chaucer Auctions
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa
          Jun. 18, 2023

          Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa

          Est: £7,000 - £8,000

          Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa 1740. Oil on Canvas, now mounted onto board. The 'conversation piece' capturing the sitters in a relaxed, domestic setting sat either side of a table with books, 25'' x 30'' (64 cm x 76 cm). Set in an ornamental gilt frame with sprays of foliage adorning the corners and centre points, 30'' x 35'' (76 cm x 89 cm).

          Wilkinson's Auctioneers
        • Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print.
          Jun. 14, 2023

          Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print.

          Est: £20 - £30

          Cricket. A Cricket Match at Marylebone Fields, 1740 Francis Hayman, R.A. (1708 - 1776) Colour Print.

          Chaucer Auctions
        • Hayman Francis
          Jun. 02, 2023

          Hayman Francis

          Est: CHF400 - CHF500

          zugeschrieben Portraitminiatur einer Dame mit Coiffure de pouf Unten rechts bezeichnet mit "Heyman F.". Oel auf Kupfer. Übermalungen und Retuschen. Gerahmt Ausrufdatum: 02.06.2023 Ungefähre Ausrufzeit: 17:09

          Auktionshaus Zofingen
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa
          Apr. 23, 2023

          Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa

          Est: £7,000 - £8,000

          Attributed to Francis Hayman R.A. (Circa 1708-1776). A Double Portrait of a Lady & Gentleman, Circa 1740. Oil on Canvas, now mounted onto board. The 'conversation piece' capturing the sitters in a relaxed, domestic setting sat either side of a table with books, 25'' x 30'' (64 cm x 76 cm). Set in an ornamental gilt frame with sprays of foliage adorning the corners and centre points, 30'' x 35'' (76 cm x 89 cm).

          Wilkinson's Auctioneers
        • Francis Hayman oil Half Length Portrait of a Gentleman
          Nov. 05, 2022

          Francis Hayman oil Half Length Portrait of a Gentleman

          Est: $400 - $800

          Hayman, Francis (British 1708 - 1776), Half Length Portrait of a Gentleman, Late 18th or Early 19th Century, oil on canvas, 24 x 20 inches, Provenance: J. J. Gillespie Gallery, Pittsburgh, Pa. , framed in a early 20th Century gilded wood frame with a rope relief measuring 33.5 x 29 inches

          Concept Art Gallery
        • HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben - Attributed: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.
          Nov. 05, 2022

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben - Attributed: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.

          Est: CHF300 - CHF600

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS (Exeter 1708 - 1776 London); Zugeschrieben - Attributed : Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar; Öl auf Kupfer; 13,5x10 cm; bez. "Heyman F." u.r.

          Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
        • FRANCIS HAYMAN (BRITISH 1708-1776) AND STUDIO, BUILDING HOUSES WITH CARDS
          May. 26, 2022

          FRANCIS HAYMAN (BRITISH 1708-1776) AND STUDIO, BUILDING HOUSES WITH CARDS

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          FRANCIS HAYMAN (BRITISH 1708-1776) AND STUDIOBUILDING HOUSES WITH CARDS Oil on canvas141 x 203.5cm (55½ x 80 in.)Provenance:(Possibly) W.H. Forman Collection, Dorking, and by descent in 1869 to(Possibly) Major A.S.C. Browne, Callaly Castle, NorthumberlandBell of NewcastleViscount and Viscountess Gort, Hamsterley Hall, County Durham, and by descent to the present owner(This item was inherited from the 7th Viscount Gort, deemed to be of national importance and placed into conditional exemption upon his death)Exhibited:Kenwood, Iveagh Bequest, The French Taste in English Painting during the first half of the 18th century, Summer 1968, no. 35.Literature:A Description of Vaux-Hall Gardens, London, 1762, p. 30, no. 6.The Ambulator, or the Stranger's Companion in a Tour Round London...comprehending Catalogues of the Pictures by Eminent Artists, London, 1782, p. 200, no. 6.R. Edwards, An Attribution to Highmore, Burlington Magazine, XCI, July 1949, p. 206.L. Gowing, Hogarth, Hayman and the Vauxhall Decorations, Burlington Magazine, XCV, January 1953, pp. 9-11, fig. 6 (detail).R. Edwards, Hayman or Gravelot, Burlington Magazine, XCV, April 1953, p. 142.D. Fitzgerald, Gravelot and his influence on English Furniture, Apollo, XC, August 1969, p. 141.J. Hayes, The Landscape Paintings of Thomas Gainsborough, A Critical Text and Catalogue Raisonné, I, London, 1982, p. 33-34, pl. 33.B. Allen, Francis Hayman and the Supper-Box Paintings for Vauxhall Gardens, The Rococo in England: A Symposium, C. Hind (ed.), London, 1986, pp. 130-131.B. Allen, Francis Hayman, 1987, p. 180, no. 176.D. Coke and A. Borg, Vauxhall Gardens: A History, New Haven and London, 2011, pp. 103 and 365, no. 6, fig. 85.This picture is one of about fifteen surviving decorations for the 'arbours' or supper boxes that adorned Jonathan Tyers' pleasure gardens at Vauxhall. Situated just south of the Thames, the gardens were a highly fashionable destination for London's beau monde. With the help of some of the most creative avant-garde artists of his time, Tyers turned Vauxhall into the favourite haunt of elegant London society; a place to dine, to socialise and to admire sculptures and paintings in the open air. The original fifty supper boxes surrounded the central quadrangle, called the Grove, and all contained pictures of approximately eight feet across, portraying a variety of light-hearted subjects. Most early documenters ascribe the greater part of the Vauxhall decorations to Francis Hayman and his talented pupils, who worked on the boxes from about 1738 to 1760. Probably among them was the young Thomas Gainsborough (1727- 1788), to whose hand Professor Lawrence Gowing, in his pioneering article on the Vauxhall decorations (Burlington, 1953), tentatively attributes the head of the central, seated youth in the present picture. Hugh Belsey, however, doubts Gainsborough's involvement in this work. Hayman's fellow artists also contributed to a number of his designs and Gowing ascertains that Building Houses with Cards was a collaboration between Hayman and the French engraver, Hubert François Gravelot (1699-1773). This supposition is apparently confirmed by the inscription on a 1743 engraving by Louis Truchy: 'Gravelot Invent F. Hayman Pinxt', which can be found in the collection of the British Museum.Many of the surviving panels are currently kept in important museum collections, seven of which residing in the V&A in London. Most of them were also influenced by decorative French engravings of the 1730s; The See-Saw, currently in the collection of the Tate, was also recorded in an engraving by Truchy. With this first major decorative commission in Tyers' fashionable establishment, Hayman contributed greatly to the spread of French Rococo taste in England.

          Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
        • HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben - Attributed: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.
          May. 07, 2022

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben - Attributed: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.

          Est: CHF400 - CHF900

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS (Exeter 1708 - 1776 London); Zugeschrieben - Attributed : Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar; Öl auf Kupfer; 13,5x10 cm; bez. "Heyman F." u.r.

          Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
        • HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.
          Nov. 06, 2020

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS, Zugeschrieben: Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar.

          Est: CHF800 - CHF1,200

          HAYMAN, FRANCIS (Exeter 1708 - 1776 London); Zugeschrieben : Porträt einer eleganten Dame mit Blumenkette im Haar; Öl auf Kupfer; 13,5x10 cm; bez. "Heyman F." u.r.

          Dobiaschofsky Auktionen AG
        • Francis Hayman English, 1708-1776 A Saucy Young Woman in a Hat
          Jun. 03, 2020

          Francis Hayman English, 1708-1776 A Saucy Young Woman in a Hat

          Est: $500 - $700

          Francis Hayman English, 1708-1776 A Saucy Young Woman in a Hat Black and white chalk on light gray paper Sight 12 5/8 x 10 1/4 inches (32 x 26 cm) Provenance: Private collection, England Hill-Stone Inc., New York Estate of Robin R. Henry

          Doyle New York
        • FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. | Portrait of Jane Bedford (1712–59) with her two sons, Charles and Richard Earle
          Jul. 04, 2019

          FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. | Portrait of Jane Bedford (1712–59) with her two sons, Charles and Richard Earle

          Est: £20,000 - £30,000

          oil on canvas

          Sotheby's
        • Francis Hayman, RA (British, 1708-1776) Study of a seated boy
          Jun. 12, 2019

          Francis Hayman, RA (British, 1708-1776) Study of a seated boy

          Est: £300 - £400

          Francis Hayman, RA (British, 1708-1776) Study of a seated boy pencil heightened with white h:27.50 w:21 cm Provenance: O'Shea Gallery, 6 Ellis Street, Belgravia, London, SW1

          Cheffins
        • FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (1708-1776) framed oil on canvas, quarter length portrait of a female in a red dress. 59 cm x 49 cm.
          Feb. 20, 2019

          FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (1708-1776) framed oil on canvas, quarter length portrait of a female in a red dress. 59 cm x 49 cm.

          Est: £200 - £300

          FOLLOWER OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (1708-1776) framed oil on canvas, quarter length portrait of a female in a red dress. 59 cm x 49 cm.

          Hannam's Auctioneers
        • Francis Hayman RA
          Mar. 21, 2018

          Francis Hayman RA

          Est: £250 - £300

          Francis Hayman RA, British 1708-1776- Design to Illustrate Don Quixote; pen and brown ink on buff coloured paper, signed and inscribed, 31x23cm, (unframed)

          Roseberys
        • Francis Hayman (English, 1708-1776) and Studio
          Jan. 31, 2018

          Francis Hayman (English, 1708-1776) and Studio

          Est: $6,000 - $8,000

          Francis Hayman (English, 1708-1776) and Studio Scene III from The Devil to Pay or The Wives Metamorphosed by Charles Coffey Oil on canvas 54 x 80 inches (137.16 x 203.2 cm) Provenance: Ventom & Hughes, Vauxhall Gardens Sale, October 12, 1841 (lot 182) The Earl of Lonsdale Collection, Lowther Castle Sale, April 29, 1947 (lot 1857, bt. by Mr. Rodd), John Emerson, Barrow-in-Furness, Lancashire, by 1987 Roy Clyde Gardner, Union, MS This work is one of approximately 15 surviving paintings of the 50 commissioned by Jonathan Tyers for the supper boxes at Vauxhall Gardens, Britain's first commercial pleasure garden. It depicts a scene from Charles Coffey's ballad opera The Devil to Pay or The Wives Metamorphos'd, an adaptation of Thomas Jevon's play The Devil of a Wife (1686), first performed, with enormous success at Drury Lane Theatre, London on August 6, 1731. The Devil to Pay was a breakthrough role for Kitty Clive, who later became one of the founding members of David Garrick's acting company. C 

          Doyle New York
        • An 18th century Worcester porcelain baluster mug Printed in black with the
          Nov. 21, 2017

          An 18th century Worcester porcelain baluster mug Printed in black with the

          Est: £300 - £500

          An 18th century Worcester porcelain baluster mug Printed in black with the Dancing Milkmaids after FRANCIS HAYMAN (1708-1776) British. 12 cm high.

          Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
        • Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London)
          Apr. 06, 2017

          Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London)

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) A dairy maid with a black boy oil on canvas 71 x 88.2cm (27 15/16 x 34 3/4in). Footnotes Provenance The Collection of Marquess and Marchioness Amodio, Paris, before 1950 Sale, Sotheby's, London, 15 June 2000, lot 93 (Property of a Nobleman sold to benefit the International Red Cross in their relief work in Timor) Exhibited Dallas, Museum of Fine Arts, Four Centuries of European Painting, 6 October 1951- 13 January 1952 (as by Phillippe Mercier, as Amodio Loan) Literature Four Centuries of European Painting, Dallas, 1951, cat. no. 53 (as Philippe Mercier, as Amodio Loan) According to a label on the reverse, the subject of the present painting records an occasion that took place at the Duke of Bridgewater's estate.

          Bonhams
        • Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London)
          Sep. 14, 2016

          Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London)

          Est: £3,000 - £5,000

          Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London) Portrait of Peregrine Bertie (1709-1777), bust-length, in a green coat and... oil on canvas, unlined, in a late 17th Century carved and gilded frame 30 x 25 in. (46.7 x 63.5 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Circle of Francis Hayman, RA (English, circa 1708-1776) Portrait of a young girl, bust length, in white with blue ribbons in a half-...
          Sep. 17, 2015

          Circle of Francis Hayman, RA (English, circa 1708-1776) Portrait of a young girl, bust length, in white with blue ribbons in a half-...

          Est: £400 - £600

          Circle of Francis Hayman, RA (English, circa 1708-1776) Portrait of a young girl, bust length, in white with blue ribbons in a half-painted feigned oval oil on canvas, in a carved and giltwood English 18th century frame h:40 w:27 cm Provenance: From a Northamptonshire country house.

          Cheffins
        • After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776) THE GAME OF CRICKET IN THE ARTILLE
          May. 18, 2015

          After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776) THE GAME OF CRICKET IN THE ARTILLE

          Est: £100 - £150

          After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776) THE GAME OF CRICKET IN THE ARTILLERY GROUND [FINSBURY] LONDON, 1743 an early engraving of this famous painting that now hangs at Lord's, the image 15by 28 cm., 6 by 11 in., mounted, framed and glazed

          Graham Budd Auctions
        • Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London)
          Dec. 03, 2014

          Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London)

          Est: £15,000 - £25,000

          Francis Hayman (?Exeter ?1708-1776 London) Portrait of Peregrine Bertie, 13th Lord Willoughby de Eresby (1555-1601), full-length, in a black doublet and pantaloons, wearing damascened armour, in a wooded river landscape by a waterfall, with a bridge and a castle beyond signed[?], inscribed and dated 'THE RT. HON. PEREGRINE BERTIE LD. WILLOUGHBY / OF ERESBY BORN IN THE CHURCH PORCH OF / ST. WILLEBRODE AT WESEL IN GERMANY OCTR. 12th. 1555 / TAKEN FROM THE ORIGINAL IN THE COLLECTION / OF HIS GRACE THE DUKE OF ANCASTER DECR 1739 / BY FRANCIS HAYMAN', and with identifying inscription 'THE RT. HON. PEREGRINE LORD WILLOUGHBY OF ERESBY / FATHER OF ROBERT EARL OF LINDSEY (both lower left), with the sitter's coat-of-arms and motto 'LOYALTY ME OBLIGE.' (twice, lower left) and inscribed 'AMARE DE LAS DOLCES.' (centre left) and 'CONTRA AVENDTIOR' (upper right), and 'VBIQVE PEREGRINVS / HIC DOMI.' (upper right) oil on canvas 81½ x 51 3/8 in. (207 x 131.4 cm.) in a carved, gilded and pounced frame

          Christie's
        • After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776)
          Nov. 10, 2014

          After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776)

          Est: £250 - £350

          After Francis Hayman RA (1708-1776) THE GAME OF CRICKET IN THE ARTILLERY GROUND [FINSBURY] LONDON, 1743 an early engraving of this famous painting that now hangs at Lord's, the image 15by 28 cm., 6 by 11 in., mounted, framed and glazed

          Graham Budd Auctions
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman (British, 1708-1776) - Miniature self-portrait of the artist, in a gilt metal frame
          Jun. 19, 2014

          Attributed to Francis Hayman (British, 1708-1776) - Miniature self-portrait of the artist, in a gilt metal frame

          Est: £300 - £500

          Attributed to Francis Hayman (British, 1708-1776) Miniature self -portrait of the artist, he wears a mauve cap as he faces to dexter against a mushroom ground within a gilt metal frame h:5.50 cm

          Cheffins
        • Follower of Francis Hayman, R.A. (Exeter 1708-1776
          Sep. 29, 2013

          Follower of Francis Hayman, R.A. (Exeter 1708-1776

          Est: -

          Follower of Francis Hayman, R.A. (Exeter 1708-1776 London A portrait of a mother with her daughter seated in a landscape 30 x 25in

          Bonhams
        • Follower of Francis Hayman (British, c.1708-1776) - Double portrait of Master Charles and Master Henry Peterson - oil on canvas
          Sep. 19, 2013

          Follower of Francis Hayman (British, c.1708-1776) - Double portrait of Master Charles and Master Henry Peterson - oil on canvas

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Follower of Francis Hayman (British, circa 1708-1776) Double portrait of Master Charles and Master Henry Peterson, each half-length, playing drums oil on canvas h:70 w: 90 cm Provenance: Private collection, Cambridge.

          Cheffins
        • Francis Hayman, R.A. (Exeter 1708-1776 London)
          Dec. 05, 2012

          Francis Hayman, R.A. (Exeter 1708-1776 London)

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          Portrait of Elizabeth Barber, full-length, seated, in a blue dress and white cap, holding a spinning bobbin oil on canvas 61 x 51cm (24 x 20 1/16in).

          Bonhams
        • Circle of Francis Hayman (Exeter c.1708-1776 London)
          Oct. 30, 2012

          Circle of Francis Hayman (Exeter c.1708-1776 London)

          Est: - £625

          Circle of Francis Hayman (Exeter c.1708-1776 London) Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as John Harding, half-length, in a beige coat and embroidered waistcoat oil on canvas 29¾ x 24¾ in. (75.5 x 62.8 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman
          Sep. 15, 2012

          Attributed to Francis Hayman

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          (British, 1708-1776)Portrait of Gerald and Penelope Quinn, unsigned, oil on canvas, 20 x 25 in.; 18th century gilt wood frame, lined, two periods of restoration with most retouch in background, skirt, craquelure, some cupping and cleavage at bottom, frame abrasions at edges; frame with some losses and restoration Provenance: Estate of Francis D. McNairy III, Georgia; Private Collection

          Brunk Auctions
        • Circle of Francis Hayman (Devon c.1708-1776 London)
          Apr. 13, 2011

          Circle of Francis Hayman (Devon c.1708-1776 London)

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Circle of Francis Hayman (Devon c.1708-1776 London) Portrait of a gentleman, bust-length, in a rust jacket and red cap oil on canvas 21 7/8 x 18 in. (55.5 x 46 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Francis Hayman (attributed to)
          Dec. 05, 2010

          Francis Hayman (attributed to)

          Est: $8,000 - $12,000

          Francis Hayman (attributed to) British (1708-1776) GERALD & PENELOPE QUINN oil on canvas, framed, unsigned H30" W25" Provenance: West Virginia collection.

          Charlton Hall
        • FRANCIS HAYMAN R.A.
          Oct. 28, 2010

          FRANCIS HAYMAN R.A.

          Est: £8,000 - £12,000

          FRANCIS HAYMAN R.A. DEVON CIRCA 1708 - 1776 LONDON PORTRAIT OF A GIRL WITH A DOG oil on canvas 60.5 by 49.5 cm.; 23 3/4 by 19 1/2 in.

          Sotheby's
        • Circle of Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a lady, said to be a member of the Gough family,
          Apr. 28, 2010

          Circle of Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a lady, said to be a member of the Gough family,

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          Portrait of a lady, said to be a member of the Gough family, bust-length, in a green dress, a red wrap, a white lace cap, and a pearl necklace oil on canvas 24.8 x 21cm (9 3/4 x 8 1/4in).

          Bonhams
        • Two Framed Cricket Prints, a lithograph Cricket at Lord's in 1822, titled in the plate l.c., a label from W....
          Nov. 18, 2009

          Two Framed Cricket Prints, a lithograph Cricket at Lord's in 1822, titled in the plate l.c., a label from W....

          Est: $200 - $300

          Two Framed Cricket Prints, a lithograph Cricket at Lord's in 1822, titled in the plate l.c., a label from W. Russell Button Inc, Chicago, affixed to the reverse, and a hand-colored engraving, Cricket, after Francis Hayman (British, c. 1708-1776), identified in the plate.

          Skinner
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. c.1708-1776 , Portrait of a Young Boy in Fancy Dress oil on canvas
          Jun. 05, 2009

          Attributed to Francis Hayman, R.A. c.1708-1776 , Portrait of a Young Boy in Fancy Dress oil on canvas

          Est: $20,000 - $30,000

          oil on canvas

          Sotheby's
        • - Francis Hayman, R.A. , c.1708-1776 Portrait of a Lady oil on canvas, unframed
          Dec. 04, 2008

          - Francis Hayman, R.A. , c.1708-1776 Portrait of a Lady oil on canvas, unframed

          Est: £8,000 - £12,000

          full length, seated wearing a blue dress and white cap, a bust of Shakespeare behind oil on canvas, unframed

          Sotheby's
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,
          Oct. 29, 2008

          Attributed to Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a lady, bust-length,

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Portrait of a lady, bust-length, in a white satin dress with a lilac wrap oil on canvas 71 x 57cm (27 15/16 x 22 7/16in).

          Bonhams
        • Attributed to Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a young boy,
          Oct. 29, 2008

          Attributed to Francis Hayman (Exeter 1708-1776 London) Portrait of a young boy,

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Portrait of a young boy, in a blue velvet coat with a white satin waistcoat, within a painted oval oil on canvas 76.2 x 63.5cm (30 x 25in).

          Bonhams
        • Francis Hayman, R.A. , c.1708-1776 Portrait of a Gentleman, possibly Mr Goodyear St. John oil on canvas, held in a British Baroque frame
          Jun. 05, 2008

          Francis Hayman, R.A. , c.1708-1776 Portrait of a Gentleman, possibly Mr Goodyear St. John oil on canvas, held in a British Baroque frame

          Est: £10,000 - £15,000

          full length, standing by a table, wearing a green suit with a white silk waistcoat oil on canvas, held in a British Baroque frame

          Sotheby's
        • CIRCLE OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (c 1708-1776) Portrait of
          Mar. 12, 2008

          CIRCLE OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (c 1708-1776) Portrait of

          Est: £800 - £1,200

          CIRCLE OF FRANCIS HAYMAN (c 1708-1776) Portrait of a family seated on a terrace with hills in the distance, oils on canvas, 24" x 19 1/2" (see illustration).

          Mallams
        • A scene from The Tempest by William Shakespeare
          Dec. 05, 2007

          A scene from The Tempest by William Shakespeare

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Francis Hayman (Exeter c.1708-1776 London) A scene from The Tempest by William Shakespeare oil on canvas, laid down on board, unframed 9 3/8 x 34¾ in. (23.5 x 88.5 cm.)

          Christie's
        • FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. C.1708-1776
          Nov. 24, 2005

          FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. C.1708-1776

          Est: £30,000 - £50,000

          THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN PORTRAIT OF SIR CLEMENT BOEHM TRAFFORD (1738-1786) measurements note 54 by 35 cm., 21 1/4 by 13 3/4 in. full length, standing in a landscpae, wearing a green coat and waistcoat, holding a gun oil on canvas PROVENANCE By descent from the sitter NOTE The sitter was the grandson of Clement Boehm, a director of the Bank of England, whose family was originally from Strasburg. His grandmother was Anne Dilke, whose grandfather was John Trafford, and Clement assumed the name of Trafford and inherited Dunton Hall (see lot 11). He married Jane, daughter of Edward Southwell of Wisbeach, who inherited her father's estates. Their son Sigismund lived at Wroxham Hall, Norfolk which he bought in 1801.

          Sotheby's
        • FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. C.1708-1776
          Nov. 27, 2003

          FRANCIS HAYMAN, R.A. C.1708-1776

          Est: £6,000 - £8,000

          MATERIAL/MEDIUM a set of three, oil on canvas DON QUIXOTE ATTACKING THE BARBER TO CAPTURE THE BASIN; DON QUIXOTE DISPUTING WITH THE MAD CARDENIO; AND DON QUIXOTE TILTING WITH THE TOLEDO MERCHANT

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