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Porträtmaler, Miniature painter, b. 1589 - d. 1644

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    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Edgar of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Edgar of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 27.25”, canvas 27.25” x 23.5”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Edgar, “head and shoulders, in profile to the right; face rather pale, fair moustache and dark brown hair. Wears ermine partlet with red top border studded with blue jewels; ‘doublet’ green to olive green, with prominent highlights on sleeve.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Malcolm of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Malcolm of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 27.25”, canvas 27.25” x 23.5”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Malcolm” The square-necked ‘doublet’ (or partlet) is a strong vermilion; over this is worn an open jerkin of lime green. Though in bad condition, this is nearer the usual type of Jamesone life-portrait and has a degree of personality not particularly evident in the series.” Not only did Mr. Thomson describe this lot, it is also pictured in his book. Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Kenneth of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Kenneth of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 27”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Kenneth, “head almost full-face, shoulders to the left; wears an 8-pointed crown with dark blue jewels. A rotund, rather Bacchanalian face with long moustache and fair hair; wears a brown ‘doublet’ with dark blue jewel, and a blue/black cloak on shoulders, held by a clasp on the left breast.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Duffus of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Duffus of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31.25” x 27.25”, canvas 27.5” x 23.5”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Duffus, “head shoulders in profile to the left; clean shaven, quite warm face, brown hair, wears pink and white bonnet, and pink slash crimson gown with large ermine collars, narrow strip of blue at neck.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Corbredus Galdus of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Corbredus Galdus of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 28”, canvas 27.25” x 24.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Corbredus Galdus, “head and shoulders, in profile to the right; face very warm, with short beard and moustache. Wears black helmet and armour which have thick white highlights; leaf pattern engraved on right shoulder; a vermilion doublet appears at lower arm level.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Caratacus of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Caratacus of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 26.75”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Caratacus, “ head and shoulders, in profile to the left; rather livid face with short black hair and beard. Wears gold helmet and armour over blue/black doublet; row of pearls on breast, and ribbon with medallion.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Alexander II of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Alexander II of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 26.75”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Alexander II “ head and shoulders, to the right; face very warm, short brown hair, beard and moustache. Wears a red, ermine-trimmed cap; ‘doublet’ a mixture of strong greens and blues; gold neckband has red central jewel; gown red with ermine borders.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Fergus II of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Fergus II of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 27”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Kergus II “head and shoulders, in profile to the right; pinkish face, thick brown hair, beard and moustache. Wears armour, with lion-head mask on shoulder; over the armour a dark blue/green ‘partlet’ from throat to waist. Considerable damage lower right. Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Alexander III of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Alexander III of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31” x 26.75”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the marquee of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first marquee of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Alexander III “head and shoulders, to the left, shoulders almost profile; face warm, which short hair and pointed beard. Wears flat blue cap, and ‘doublet’ with reddish gorget, decorated with black jewels; blue/green gown across shoulders; the ‘doublet’ sleeve bottom right is red ochre with red and yellow embroidery.” Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art collection. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • George Jamesone Portrait of King Robert II of Scotland
      Mar. 25, 2023

      George Jamesone Portrait of King Robert II of Scotland

      Est: $5,000 - $50,000

      17th Century; Original, frame 31.5” x 27.25”, canvas 27.25” x 23.25”, this significant rediscovery is one of the famous series of historical portraits of Scottish kings commissioned by the council of Edinburgh as part of the display of pageantry to mark King Charles I’s entry into the city in 1633. George Jamesone was employed to paint the portraits of over 100 Scottish monarchs. This example is one of a group of 26 works that were sold from the collection of the Marquis of Lothian at Newbattle Abbey in 1971. Mr. Costin who acquired much of his art and antiques form his friend Edger Boone of Wilson N.C. traveled to Scotland and attended the Dowells Auction at Newbattle Abbey. Originally, according to Duncan Thomson, the portraits were acquired circa 1720 by Robert Kerr first Marquis of Lothian, and were preserved in the estate until 1971. In 1974 Duncan Thomson wrote the book The Life And Art Of George Jamesone where he attended the auction and described several of the paintings in detail. In his book, he describes this portrait of Robert II, as “The freely painted face is rather red the pink ‘doublet’ is covered by a black to blue/green gown, which has traces of the same pink in the highlights on the sleeves. The background is warm and thin, and painted with some verve. Largely, undamaged and not repainted, this gives the clearest idea of what the less ‘finished’ group of the series must originally have looked like.” Not only did Mr. Thomson describe this lot, it is also pictured in his book. Mr. Costin not only preserved these paintings, he also kept the original auction catalog, which we can provide a copy to the winning bidder. The original will be on display during the auction and will be returned to the family per their request. All paintings in this event need professional conservation. We encourage all potential bidders to come into the gallery and personally inspect each painting. These paintings appear to be complete and are in as found condition, please view photos for details. Contact us directly for questions, or additional photographs. Mebane Antique Auction Gallery is very proud and honored to be selected to represent this important North Carolina art discovery. Provenance: Costin Estate Art Collection Fayetteville N.C.

      Mebane Antique Auction
    • Painting, Attributed to George Jamesone
      Apr. 18, 2021

      Painting, Attributed to George Jamesone

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Attributed to George Jamesone (British, c. 1587-1644), Portrait of a Gentleman, oil on canvas, unsigned, numbered 450 verso, artist plaque affixed to frame lower center, canvas: 48"h x 36"w, overall (with frame): 55.75"h x 43.5"w

      Clars Auctions
    • George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644) Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr Scott, bust-length, within a painted oval
      Jul. 07, 2020

      George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644) Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr Scott, bust-length, within a painted oval

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644) Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr Scott, bust-length, within a painted oval bears inscription 'July. 30./ 1634./ AEts./62.' (upper left) oil on panel 67.6 x 52.8cm (26 5/8 x 20 13/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH 1589/1590-1644) PORTRAIT OF LADY ANNE KEITH, HALF LENGTH 61cm x 46cm (24in x 18in)
      May. 24, 2017

      GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH 1589/1590-1644) PORTRAIT OF LADY ANNE KEITH, HALF LENGTH 61cm x 46cm (24in x 18in)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH 1589/1590-1644) PORTRAIT OF LADY ANNE KEITH, HALF LENGTH Oil on canvas 61cm x 46cm (24in x 18in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • GEORGE JAMESONE (ABERDEEN CIRCA 1589-1644)
      Jul. 06, 2016

      GEORGE JAMESONE (ABERDEEN CIRCA 1589-1644)

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      GEORGE JAMESONE (ABERDEEN CIRCA 1589-1644) Portrait of King Donald III of Scotland, half-length, wearing a gold robe trimmed with blue and a blue cap trimmed with ermine inscribed and dated ‘DONALDVS/Anno 1092’ and bears inscription ‘’DONALDVS/Anno 1092’ (upper right) and inventory number ‘79’ (lower right) oil on canvas 66 x 58.5cm (26 x 23 1/16in).

      Bonhams
    • GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH C.1589-1644) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF MALCOLM III OF SCOTLAND 66cm x 56cm (26in x 22in)
      Dec. 10, 2015

      GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH C.1589-1644) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF MALCOLM III OF SCOTLAND 66cm x 56cm (26in x 22in)

      Est: £20,000 - £30,000

      GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH C.1589-1644) HEAD AND SHOULDER PORTRAIT OF MALCOLM III OF SCOTLAND Inscribed twice 'Milcolumbus Canmore Anno 1057,' and numbered no.80' oil on canvas 66cm x 56cm (26in x 22in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Circle of George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644)
      Apr. 10, 2013

      Circle of George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644)

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      Portrait of a gentleman, half-length, in a black tunic and a lace collar inscribed and dated 'ANO. DONI. 1631:' (upper left) and 'AETS.SUA. 31' (upper right) oil on panel 77.5 x 63cm (30 1/2 x 24 13/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Attributed to George Jameson (1586-1644) Portrait
      Mar. 16, 2013

      Attributed to George Jameson (1586-1644) Portrait

      Est: £500 - £600

      Attributed to George Jameson (1586-1644) Portrait of a lady, wearing period costume, a pearl necklace and a yellow veil Inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 51cm by 42cm

      Tennants
    • George Jamesone (Scottish, circa 1589-1644) A Gentleman, wearing brown figured doublet embellished with pearls at the shoulder, black waistcoat, white ruff and black hat
      Nov. 24, 2010

      George Jamesone (Scottish, circa 1589-1644) A Gentleman, wearing brown figured doublet embellished with pearls at the shoulder, black waistcoat, white ruff and black hat

      Est: £600 - £800

      A Gentleman, wearing brown figured doublet embellished with pearls at the shoulder, black waistcoat, white ruff and black hat. Oil on metal, signed on the obverse with monogram and dated GI/ 1621, gilded and ebonised slip within rectangular gilt-wood frame with egg and dart border. Oval, 76mm (3in) high

      Bonhams
    • Circle of George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644) Portrait of Sir John Hope, Lord Craighall (1603/5-1654),
      Apr. 28, 2010

      Circle of George Jamesone (Aberdeen circa 1589-1644) Portrait of Sir John Hope, Lord Craighall (1603/5-1654),

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      Portrait of Sir John Hope, Lord Craighall (1603/5-1654), bust-length, in black costume with a white lace ruff bears inscription 'Hope Lord/ Craighall' (on the reverse) oil on canvas 71 x 59.8cm (27 15/16 x 23 9/16in).

      Bonhams
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644) Portrait of Sir John Stewart, 1st Earl of Traquair (c.1599-1659), bust-length, in a dark red doublet and lace ruff wearing a gold medal oil on canvas 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (c.1589/90-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (c.1589/90-1644)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (c.1589/90-1644) Portrait of John Keith, 1st Earl of Kintore (d.1714), bust-length, in a slashed doublet and lace collar with inscribed numerals '42' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 18 in. (61 x 46 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, BORN C.1589-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, BORN C.1589-1644)

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, BORN C.1589-1644) Portrait of Lady Elizabeth Seaton, Countess Marischal (c.1622-1650), bust-length, in a blue dress with lace collar, with pearls at her neck with inscribed numerals '62' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 18 in. (61 x 45.6 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644) Portrait of a lady, bust-length, in mourning dress and cap, with a lace collar and pearl pendant earring and bejewelled necklace at her corsage with inscribed numerals '45' (lower left) oil on canvas 23¾ x 18 in. (60.5 x 45.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644)

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644) Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Lady Anne Keith, bust-length, in mourning dress with inscribed numerals '46' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 18 in. (61 x 46 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, C.1589-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, C.1589-1644)

      Est: £700 - £1,000

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, C.1589-1644) Portrait of a George Keith, 5th Earl Marischal (1553-1623), bust-length, in a red doublet and lace ruff with inscribed numerals '64' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 18¼ in. (61 x 46.4 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644)

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, c.1589/90-1644) Portrait of James Keith of Benholme, bust-length, in a slashed doublet and white lace collar with inscribed numerals '19' (lower left) oil on canvas 24 x 18¼ in. (61 x 46.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)
      Mar. 18, 2009

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644)

      Est: £1,000 - £2,000

      CIRCLE OF GEORGE JAMESONE (SCOTTISH, 1586-1644) Portrait of Lady Margaret Ogilvy and her son, John Keith, later 1st Earl Kintore as a child, bust-length, she in a black dress with a white lace collar, he in a red coat and white ruff inscribed and dated 'Anno 1625/etaris 48.' (centre left) and with indistinct inscription (centre right) oil on canvas 26 x 21 in. (66 x 53.3 cm.)

      Christie's
    • GEORGE JAMESONE (1589-1644) HALF LENGTH PORTRAIT OF LADY JANET STEWART 86cm x 74cm (34in x 29in)
      May. 24, 2007

      GEORGE JAMESONE (1589-1644) HALF LENGTH PORTRAIT OF LADY JANET STEWART 86cm x 74cm (34in x 29in)

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      GEORGE JAMESONE (1589-1644) HALF LENGTH PORTRAIT OF LADY JANET STEWART Inscribed, oil on canvas, feigned oval 86cm x 74cm (34in x 29in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
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