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        • HOME, Robert (1752-1834) [A description of Seringapatam]. London: R. Bowye
          Jul. 13, 2023

          HOME, Robert (1752-1834) [A description of Seringapatam]. London: R. Bowye

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          HOME, Robert (1752-1834) [A description of Seringapatam]. London: R. Bowyer, March-April 1796.

          Christie's
        • * Home (Robert, 1760-1836). The Prayer of Hope, Grant Possibility
          Oct. 22, 2019

          * Home (Robert, 1760-1836). The Prayer of Hope, Grant Possibility

          Est: £200 - £400

          * Home (Robert, 1760-1836). The Prayer of Hope, Grant Possibility, oval black ink and watercolour on thick paper, depicting an allegorical scene with classical female figure in a landscape, with decorative outer border incorporating title at head and foot, 17.5 x 13.5 cm (7 x 5.25 ins), laid down on old backing paper, with attribution in contemporary sepia ink lower right 'by Mr. Home', backing paper cut away on verso to reveal early pencil inscription 'Robert Home 1760-1836, pupil of Angelica Kauffman', together with a fine female head & shoulders study profile to left, entitled 'Ariadne' and initialled 'MG' in contemporary ink to lower right and left respectively, pencil and watercolour on wove paper, a few light marks, and some paper adhesion to tips of left corners and verso, sheet size 23.5 x 19.5 cm (9.25 x 7.75 ins), plus ten other 19th-century English watercolours including 2 by W. Gunton, both of gun dogs and game birds, and some decorative floral borders and motifs (Qty: 12)

          Dominic Winter Auctions
        • Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore) Portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel Willia
          May. 01, 2019

          Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore) Portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel Willia

          Est: $25,000 - $35,000

          Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore) Portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel William Sydenham (1752-1801), in officer’s... oil on canvas 31 x 36 7/8 in. (78.7 x 93.4 cm.)

          Christie's
        • After Thomas Williamson (act. 1800-1832) and After Robert Home (1752–1834): The Most Noble Arthur Marquis of Wellington
          May. 12, 2017

          After Thomas Williamson (act. 1800-1832) and After Robert Home (1752–1834): The Most Noble Arthur Marquis of Wellington

          Est: $150 - $250

          After Thomas Williamson (act. 1800-1832) and After Robert Home (1752–1834): The Most Noble Arthur Marquis of Wellington Etching and aquatint on wove paper, published by Robert Cribb & Son, London, 1812. 14 3/4 x 11 in. (sight), 21 1/8 x 15 1/8 in. (frame). Note: Arthur Wellesley (1769-1852) was the 1st Duke of Wellington.

          STAIR
        • *After Robert Home (1752-1834). Portrait of th
          Nov. 13, 2015

          *After Robert Home (1752-1834). Portrait of th

          Est: £300 - £500

          *After Robert Home (1752-1834). Portrait of the King of Oudh Ghazi ud-Din Haidar (reigned 1814-1827), Lucknow, early 19th century, gouache on paper, half length seated portrait in full regalia, several ink inscriptions to verso in Hindi and Urdu to verso, sheet size 24 x 19cm (9.5 x 7.5ins) (1)

          Dominic Winter Auctions
        • Attributed to Robert Home 1752 - 1834 Portrait of a Prince
          Nov. 03, 2015

          Attributed to Robert Home 1752 - 1834 Portrait of a Prince

          Est: ₹1,200,000 - ₹1,800,000

          Attributed to Robert Home 1752 - 1834 Portrait of a Prince Oil on canvas c. 1795

          Pundole's
        • A PAIR OF PORTRAITS OF KINGS OF OUDH: GHAZI-UD-DIN HAIDAR (R.1814-27), AND HIS SON AND SUCCESSOR NASIR-UD-DIN HAIDAR (R.1827-37), BY MUHAMMAD AZAM MUSAVVIR, INDIA, LUCKNOW, CIRCA 1830 |
          Oct. 07, 2015

          A PAIR OF PORTRAITS OF KINGS OF OUDH: GHAZI-UD-DIN HAIDAR (R.1814-27), AND HIS SON AND SUCCESSOR NASIR-UD-DIN HAIDAR (R.1827-37), BY MUHAMMAD AZAM MUSAVVIR, INDIA, LUCKNOW, CIRCA 1830 |

          Est: £30,000 - £50,000

          oil on canvas, each depicted half-length, seated in a large gold chair with pine-cone finials, both wearing the royal crown of Oudh, a hybrid European style designed by English court artist Robert Home (1752-1834). Ghazi-ud-Din Haidar in a yellow silk costume with jewellery, Nasir-ud-Din Haidar with the ermine cape and jewels of his coronation regalia, holding pen and scroll and with an ink-pot beside him; the portrait of Nasir-ud-Din Haidar signed beneath the ink-pot amal-I Muhammed Azam Musavvir (work of the painter Muhammed Azam), gilt frames

          Sotheby's
        • Attributed to Robert Home, 1752-1834
          Jul. 01, 2015

          Attributed to Robert Home, 1752-1834

          Est: €5,000 - €8,000

          Attributed to Robert Home, 1752-1834 A portrait of Sir Robert Rollo Gillespie (1766-1814) wearing military uniform, Three quarter length, standing in a landscape, a hill-fort in the background , Oil on canvas. Gillespie was born in Comber, Co. Down. He enlisted in the 6th Dragoons Guards in 1783. In 1786 he married Annabell, Daughter of Thomas Taylor of Taylor’s Grange, Co. Dublin. In 1792 he was posted, as a Lieutenant in the 20th Light Dragoons, to The West Indies, where he asserted British Rule in the area. He rose to the rank of Colonel. He returned to England in 1802. In 1804 he was stationed in India, leading the troops which put down the mutiny at Vellore. An action which was important for the prestige of the British in India. When the troops were ordered home in 1807 he changed to the 8th Royal Irish Light Dragoons. In 1809 he was the Commanding Officer in the action against the Sikhs under Runjeet Singh. He was subsequently Commandant at Bangalore and after commanded the Mysore division of the Madras army. In 1811 Gillespie was Commandant in Java. He landed at Batavia and took possession of that city. He successfully directed the attack on the Dutch forces at Cornelis. In 1812 he was sent to Sumatra to quell the rebellion of The Sultan of Palembang. He returned to Java and quelled a rising by local Chiefs, effectively securing the safety of the Europeans on the island. Gillespie became Major-General in 1812 and returned to India. He was appointed to a Command of the Bengal troops, who were engaged in an action against the Nepalese. He was killed on the 31st October 1814 in the assault on the fort at Kalunga. His body was interred at Meerut. A monument to Gillespie, by Sir Francis Chantrey, is in St.Paul’s Cathedral. A commemorative column was erected to his memory in his home town of Comber, Co. Down in 1845. 50 x 40 inches; 127 x 102 cm.

          Sheppards
        • Attributed to Robert Home (1752-1834) British.
          Nov. 21, 2013

          Attributed to Robert Home (1752-1834) British.

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          Attributed to Robert Home (1752-1834) British. Portrait of Elizabeth Catherine Jackson, nee Mitchell (1792-1837), Oil on Canvas, in a Fine Carved Giltwood Frame, 30" x 25".

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • Robert Home (1752-1834) PORTRAIT OF J. KING ESQ
          Sep. 30, 2013

          Robert Home (1752-1834) PORTRAIT OF J. KING ESQ

          Est: €500 - €700

          with original inscribed label on reverse detailing title, artist's name [Home] and number [29]; also with inscription on label at base with details on the sitter

          Whyte's
        • Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 India)
          Jul. 05, 2013

          Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 India)

          Est: -

          Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 India) Portrait of a boy, half-length, in uniform, leaning on a book on a writing desk oil on canvas 30 x 26 in. (76.3 x 66 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Attributed to Robert Home (British, 1752-1834) - Portrait of Mr Cowell; and Portrait of Mrs Cowell
          Jun. 20, 2013

          Attributed to Robert Home (British, 1752-1834) - Portrait of Mr Cowell; and Portrait of Mrs Cowell

          Est: £700 - £1,000

          Attributed to Robert Home (British, 1752-1834) Portrait of Mr Cowell; and Portrait of Mrs Cowell oil on canvas h:77 w: 67 cm The Cowell family were famous printers in Ipswich, Suffolk, in the 19th Century.

          Cheffins
        • ROBERT HOME (British, 1752-1834) Portrait of English Ju
          Sep. 12, 2012

          ROBERT HOME (British, 1752-1834) Portrait of English Ju

          Est: $500 - $600

          ROBERT HOME (British, 1752-1834) Portrait of English Judge in Robes, circa 19th century Etching 21-3/4 x 17 inches (55.2 x 43.2 cm) Etched by W. Sharp

          Heritage Auctions
        • AFTER ROBERT HOME (BRITISH, 1752-1834)
          Apr. 04, 2012

          AFTER ROBERT HOME (BRITISH, 1752-1834)

          Est: £500 - £700

          AFTER ROBERT HOME (BRITISH, 1752-1834) Sir Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1769-1852), in profile to the left, in red coat, wearing the jewel of the Order of the Golden Fleece and the red sash of the Order of Bath on card oval, 3¾ in. (96 mm.) high, gilt-metal mount inscribed in pen on the backing card 'Arthur Duke of Wellington K.G. [....]'

          Christie's
        • Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore)
          Mar. 06, 2012

          Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore)

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore) Portrait of John Buller of Trenant, Cornwall (c.1760-1807), half-length, in a blue jacket, sitting in an armchair, holding a shisha pipe with identifying inscription 'MR· Buller of TRENANT CORNWALL' (upper left) and 'MrJohn Buller' (lower right) oil on canvas 30¼ x 26 1/8 in. (79.4 x 66.2 cm.)

          Christie's
        • ROBERT HOME
          Dec. 08, 2011

          ROBERT HOME

          Est: £40,000 - £60,000

          HULL 1752-1834 CAWNPORE VIEW OF THE GATE OF THE LAL BAGH, DACCA oil on canvas 66.5 by 77 cm.; 26 1/4 by 30 1/4 in.

          Sotheby's
        • ROBERT HOME (1752-1834) BRITISH Portrait of
          Dec. 16, 2010

          ROBERT HOME (1752-1834) BRITISH Portrait of

          Est: £2,500 - £3,500

          ROBERT HOME (1752-1834) BRITISH Portrait of Elizabeth Catherine Jackson (Nee Mitchell). Elizabeth Mitchell, daughter of Sir Charles Mitchell married Alexander Cosby Jackson on October 13th 1811 at St Peters Church, Colombo, Ceylon. Sir Charles Mitchell was a captain in The Naval Service H.E.I.C., knighted at St James March 18th, 1796. Oil on canvas. 30 x 25ins. Note: Robert Home (1752-1834) was a British portrait artist in oils who travelled the Indian Subcontinent in 1791. During his travels he painted several historic scenes. Born in Hill, he studied under Angelica Kauffman in 1777, he left for India in 1790 where he spent many years.

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • An English framed engraving of a French chateau and five framed prints of India
          Jul. 19, 2009

          An English framed engraving of a French chateau and five framed prints of India

          Est: $500 - $700

          Comprising hand colored etching, titled A View of the Palace of Chantilli, taken from the Orangery, framed 18 1/2 x 25 1/4in; Dutch naval print after Pieter Schenk (1645-1715), titled Kochin, of Kouchin, een oude en beroemde..., framed 13 x 14 3/4in; English print after Robert Home (1752-1834), titled Hyder's Tomb in the Loll Baug Garden, framed 8 1/2 x 11 5/8in; Indian view with archer in the foreground, after P. Mortier, titled Goa, in Asie, framed 11 x 13in; print of the tomb of Akbar Sikandra, framed 10 x 14 3/4in; English print, after James Baillie Fraser (1783-1856), titled A View of Government House from the Eastward, framed 22 3/4 x 27 1/4in, together with modern untitled print after Saul Steinberg (1914–1999), depicting "fake" letter, photo, and passport, framed 15 3/8 x 16 3/8in

          Bonhams
        • Robert Home , 1752 - 1834 Double Portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel William Sydenham (1752-1801) and his wife Amelia Prime oil on canvas, in a British Rococo style carved and gilded frame
          Jul. 09, 2009

          Robert Home , 1752 - 1834 Double Portrait of Lieutenant-Colonel William Sydenham (1752-1801) and his wife Amelia Prime oil on canvas, in a British Rococo style carved and gilded frame

          Est: £80,000 - £120,000

          oil on canvas, in a British Rococo style carved and gilded frame

          Sotheby's
        • Robert Home , Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore Portrait of a Young Woman playing the Harp oil on canvas
          Oct. 30, 2008

          Robert Home , Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore Portrait of a Young Woman playing the Harp oil on canvas

          Est: £8,000 - £12,000

          half-length, seated waering a white dress, playing a harp oil on canvas

          Sotheby's
        • Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore)
          Oct. 29, 2008

          Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore)

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          Attributed to Robert Home (Hull 1752-1834 Cawnpore) Portrait of a young woman, three-quarter-length, seated in a white muslin and lace dress, a book in her right hand, a table with needlework to her left oil on canvas 30¾ x 26¼ in. (78.2 x 66.8 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Robert Home (1752-1834) , View of the Gate of the Lal Bagh Oil on canvas
          Sep. 19, 2007

          Robert Home (1752-1834) , View of the Gate of the Lal Bagh Oil on canvas

          Est: $160,000 - $180,000

          Oil on canvas

          Sotheby's
        • Robert Home (1752-1834)
          Sep. 22, 2005

          Robert Home (1752-1834)

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          Seringapatam, Mysore signed and dated 'R Home 1792' (lower left) and numbered '26' (on the reverse of the mount) pen and grey ink and grey wash on buff paper, on the artist's original wash-line mount, unframed 15 1/4 x 22 1/2 in. (39.3 x 57.1 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Robert Home
          Mar. 21, 2001

          Robert Home

          Est: £40,000 - £60,000

          Robert Home 1752-1834 portrait of colonel william sydenham (1753-1801) with his wife amelia both full length, he standing wearing uniform, she seated wearing a white dress, units of the Madras Artillery beyond with St Thomas's Mount in the distance oil on canvas 72 by 77.5 cm., 28 1/4 by 30 1/2 in. This fine conversation piece, painted in Madras in c.1794, shows Colonel William Sydenham who served in the Madras Artillery from 1768 until 1796 when he retired as major-general. He was the son of Samuel Sydenham of Minehead. He married Amelia Prime whose uncle Major Matthew Horne also served with the Artillery in India. They had two sons, Benjamin and Thomas and a daughter Mary Anne who married Major Orr. Benjamin became Secretary to Marquess Wellesley when he was Governor General of India. He served in the Madras Engineers from 1794 to 1808 and was a gifted amateur artist. His brother George became Ambassador to the Court of the Nizam of Hyderabad. Portraits of both boys by John Russell were sold at Sotheby's on 22nd March 2000 (lots 92 and 93). Robert Home came to India in 1791, arriving at Madras in January and staying there until May 1795 when he left for Calcutta. Soon after his arrival Home received permission to accompany Lord Cornwallis's army on its march to Bangalore and he was present at the capture of the town and at Tipu Sultan's surrender of his two sons as hostages at Seringapatam. Home painted a large picture of this celebrated event (National Army Museum, London) and also a portrait of Lord Cornwallis (formerly in the Banqueting Hall, Madras). He also worked with Thomas and William Daniell who visited Madras in March 1792 and painted several large landscapes. However his chief interest was in portraiture and before moving to Calcutta he painted several local residents including Colonel Sydenham. Provenance: By family descent to the present owner Literature: Mildred Archer, India and British Portraiture 1770-1825, 1979, pp.306-307, plate 212

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