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b. 1756 - d. 1823

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    • Attributed to Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823), Portrait of a young man, oil on canvas, 30 1/4 x 25in (77 x 63.5cm)
      May. 15, 2024

      Attributed to Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823), Portrait of a young man, oil on canvas, 30 1/4 x 25in (77 x 63.5cm)

      Est: $2,000 - $3,000

      Attributed to Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823) Portrait of a young man oil on canvas

      Andrew Jones Auctions
    • ATTRIBUTED to HENRY MACBETH RAEBURN (1756-1823)
      May. 11, 2024

      ATTRIBUTED to HENRY MACBETH RAEBURN (1756-1823)

      Est: $500 - $1,000

      "Young Child with Black Cat" oil on canvas 35 1/2 x 28 inches. unsigned, identified on plaque. framed 45 1/2 x 38 inches (overall)

      John McInnis Auctioneers
    • Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), James Sinclair Esq.
      Apr. 18, 2024

      Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), James Sinclair Esq.

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823) James Sinclair Esq., 12th Earl of Caithness Oil on canvas Provenance: Charles Pratt, New York, and thence by descent. Dimensions: (Frame) 37 in. (H) x 32 in. (W) (Canvas) 30 in. (H) x 25 in. (W)

      Sloane Street Auctions
    • Attribué à Henry RAEBURN Stockbridge, 1759 - Edimbourg, 1823 Portrait de propriétaire terrien devant un paysage animé d'un troupeau...
      Mar. 20, 2024

      Attribué à Henry RAEBURN Stockbridge, 1759 - Edimbourg, 1823 Portrait de propriétaire terrien devant un paysage animé d'un troupeau...

      Est: €20,000 - €30,000

      Attribué à Henry RAEBURN Stockbridge, 1759 - Edimbourg, 1823 Portrait de propriétaire terrien devant un paysage animé d'un troupeau de moutons Huile sur toile (Toile d'origine) Porte une ancienne inscription 'H. Raebrun 1803' sur le châssis au verso Portrait of a landowner in front of a landscape animated by a herd of sheep, oil on canvas, attr. to H. Raeburn h: 135,50 w: 112 cm Estimation 20 000 - 30 000 €

      Artcurial
    • STUDIO OF HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823)
      Mar. 20, 2024

      STUDIO OF HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823)

      Est: £200 - £300

      STUDIO OF HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF THE FIDDLER NEIL GOW oil on canvas 72 x 61cm; 28 1/4 x 24in 88 x 78cm; 34 3/4 x 30 3/4 in (framed) Property from a Gentleman, London Gow (1727-1807) was arguably the most famous Scottish fiddler of the eighteenth century. He came to public attention when he was awarded first prize in a competition judged by John McCraw, a blind musician, who stated that he 'would ken his bow hand amoung a hunder(d) players.' Gow's success brought his music making to the attention of the Duke of Atholl, through whose patronage Gow secured performances for balls and dance parties put on by the nobility which made his reputation as a musician and composer. Raeburn's portrait of Gow, upon which the present work is based, is in the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh offered for sale without reserve

      Olympia Auctions
    • CIRCLE OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756 - 1823), PORTRAIT OF LADY ALASTAIR OF GLENMUIR
      Jan. 31, 2024

      CIRCLE OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756 - 1823), PORTRAIT OF LADY ALASTAIR OF GLENMUIR

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      CIRCLE OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756 - 1823)PORTRAIT OF LADY ALASTAIR OF GLENMUIROil on canvas73 x 60cm (28½ x 23½ in.)

      Dreweatts 1759 Fine Sales
    • Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), tilskrevet
      Jan. 28, 2024

      Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), tilskrevet

      Est: kr400 - kr800

      Portræt af Andrew McBlair of Perth, Skotland. Usigneret. Olie på lærred. 76 x 63 (med ramme 93 x 80 cm). Ramme med plaquette med teksten Andrew McBlair of Perth, Scotland. Founder amd Scottish banking by Sir Henry Raeburn. Fremstår med krakeleringer og retoucheringer. Senere opsat på nyere lærred.

      Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
    • Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), tilskrevet
      Dec. 09, 2023

      Henry Raeburn (1756-1823), tilskrevet

      Est: kr2,500 - kr5,000

      Portræt af Andrew McBlair of Perth, Skotland. Usigneret. Olie på lærred. 76 x 63 (med ramme 93 x 80 cm). Ramme med plaquette med teksten Andrew McBlair of Perth, Scotland. Founder amd Scottish banking by Sir Henry Raeburn. Fremstår med krakeleringer og retoucheringer. Senere opsat på nyere lærred.

      Svendborg Auktionerne ApS
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MR WILLIAM MACKENZIE
      Dec. 07, 2023

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MR WILLIAM MACKENZIE

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MR WILLIAM MACKENZIE Oil on canvas (76cm x 63.5cm (30in x 25in)) Provenance: William Mackenzie, Edinburgh Acquired by descent to Miss E. G. Mackenzie, Pietermaritzburg, South Africa Newhouse Galleries, New York Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Fort Worth, Texas, 1966 Walsh Family Art Trust Literature: David Mackie, Sir Henry Raeburn Catalogue Raisonné, 6 volumes, unpublished manuscript, vol.III, pp. 642-643, no.505 Exhibited: Durban Art Gallery, Natal, South Africa, "Treasures from Natal Homes", November 1959 Note: David Mackie makes reference to this portrait of William Mackenzie in his Henry Raeburn catalogue raisonné, having been supplied with a reproduction of the painting by the Newhouse Galleries, New York in 1988, and asserted that it appeared to be a late example of Raeburn's work. He does not make reference to the portrait of Mrs Mackenzie (Lot 108). Henry Raeburn’s portraiture is intimate. It does not wholly subscribe to the formal Romantic mode widely practiced by his contemporaries, instead presenting its subjects with sensitivity, individuality and warmth. His sitters appear as if mid-gesture, mid-breath, emerging from the shadowy depths of their composition and advancing towards a light source located not far behind the viewer. This effect is achieved with deft, confident strokes of pigment: note, for example, the mark-making used to denote his gentleman sitters' cravats (see also: lot 107), almost daring in its abbreviation; this is an artist fully aware of his talent and how best to wield it. While the soft light of the Mr Newbigging portrait (lot 107) is characteristic of Raeburn’s earlier painting, later in his career he lit his subjects more dramatically, such as we see in these portraits of Mr and Mrs Mackenzie. In heightening his tonal contrast, Raeburn could shroud landscape or interior settings (in which he had little interest) in shadow, instead directing the viewer’s attention, through glowing illumination, towards his subject’s face and gestures to subtly elucidate mood and expression and enhance the intimate atmosphere. Raeburn was nevertheless an Enlightenment man who held fundamental truth as his objective, and he approached portraiture with commensurate empiricism: throughout his career he insisted that his subjects sat before him so that he could compose their likeness directly onto the canvas, rather than working from preparatory drawings. Raeburn is celebrated today as one of Scotland’s greatest artists, not least for his iconic oil of the ‘Skating Minister’ (Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, National Galleries of Scotland, NG 2112). Despite this, his beginnings in life were unassuming. Orphaned at a young age and fostered by his elder brother, the teenaged Raeburn seems to have first turned his hand to portraiture while apprenticed to an Edinburgh jeweller and goldsmith. He first produced miniatures, but within a matter of years he transitioned to oil painting. He worked from Edinburgh throughout his career, and by the end of his life was decorated with accolades, including an appointment as Painter and Limner to King George IV, alongside membership of the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Edinburgh and American Academy of Fine Arts.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MRS WILLIAM MACKENZIE
      Dec. 07, 2023

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MRS WILLIAM MACKENZIE

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF MRS WILLIAM MACKENZIE Oil on canvas (76cm x 63.5cm (30in x 25in)) Provenance: Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Fort Worth, Texas, 1966 Walsh Family Art Trust Note: David Mackie makes reference to the portrait of William Mackenzie (Lot 109) in his Henry Raeburn catalogue raisonné, having been supplied with a reproduction of the painting by the Newhouse Galleries, New York in 1988. He does not make reference to this portrait of Mrs Mackenzie. Henry Raeburn’s portraiture is intimate. It does not wholly subscribe to the formal Romantic mode widely practiced by his contemporaries, instead presenting its subjects with sensitivity, individuality and warmth. His sitters appear as if mid-gesture, mid-breath, emerging from the shadowy depths of their composition and advancing towards a light source located not far behind the viewer. This effect is achieved with deft, confident strokes of pigment: note, for example, the mark-making used to denote his gentleman sitters' cravats (see lots 107 & 109), almost daring in its abbreviation; this is an artist fully aware of his talent and how best to wield it. While the soft light of the Mr Newbigging portrait (lot 107) is characteristic of Raeburn’s earlier painting, later in his career he lit his subjects more dramatically, such as we see in these portraits of Mr and Mrs Mackenzie. In heightening his tonal contrast, Raeburn could shroud landscape or interior settings (in which he had little interest) in shadow, instead directing the viewer’s attention, through glowing illumination, towards his subject’s face and gestures to subtly elucidate mood and expression and enhance the intimate atmosphere. Raeburn was nevertheless an Enlightenment man who held fundamental truth as his objective, and he approached portraiture with commensurate empiricism: throughout his career he insisted that his subjects sat before him so that he could compose their likeness directly onto the canvas, rather than working from preparatory drawings. Raeburn is celebrated today as one of Scotland’s greatest artists, not least for his iconic oil of the ‘Skating Minister’ (Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, National Galleries of Scotland, NG 2112). Despite this, his beginnings in life were unassuming. Orphaned at a young age and fostered by his elder brother, the teenaged Raeburn seems to have first turned his hand to portraiture while apprenticed to an Edinburgh jeweller and goldsmith. He first produced miniatures, but within a matter of years he transitioned to oil painting. He worked from Edinburgh throughout his career, and by the end of his life was decorated with accolades, including an appointment as Painter and Limner to King George IV, alongside membership of the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Edinburgh and American Academy of Fine Arts.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF JAMES NEWBIGGING OF WHITEHOUSE
      Dec. 07, 2023

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF JAMES NEWBIGGING OF WHITEHOUSE

      Est: £6,000 - £8,000

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN R.A. (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) HALF-LENGTH PORTRAIT OF JAMES NEWBIGGING OF WHITEHOUSE Oil on canvas (76cm x 63.5cm (30in x 25in)) Provenance: Adam Rolland, Esq., Gask, Scotland, by 1876 to after 1901 Weekes (according to Greig), by 1911 Thomas Agnew & Sons, London Mrs Henry Morgenthau, New York, by 1939 Newhouse Galleries, New York, NY Mr. and Mrs. F. Howard Walsh, Fort Worth, Texas Walsh Family Art Trust Literature: Sir Walter Armstrong, Sir Henry Raeburn: A Study, London, 1901, p.109 Edward Pinnington, Sir Henry Raeburn, W. Scott, London, 1904, p.243 James Greig, Sir Henry Raeburn, R. A.: His Life and Works, with a Catalogue of his Pictures, The Connoisseur (Otto Ltd), London, 1911, p.55 David Mackie, Sir Henry Raeburn Catalogue Raisonné, 6 volumes, unpublished manuscript, vol.III, pp.718-719, no.574 Note: In his catalogue raisonné David Mackie suggests a date of c.1795. Henry Raeburn’s portraiture is intimate. It does not wholly subscribe to the formal Romantic mode widely practiced by his contemporaries, instead presenting its subjects with sensitivity, individuality and warmth. His sitters appear as if mid-gesture, mid-breath, emerging from the shadowy depths of their composition and advancing towards a light source located not far behind the viewer. This effect is achieved with deft, confident strokes of pigment: note, for example, the mark-making used to denote Mr Newbigging's cravat, almost daring in its abbreviation; this is an artist fully aware of his talent and how best to wield it. James Newbigging of Whitehouse was a solicitor and Writer to the Signet. In the late 1790s he was elected Clerk to Sir Henry Dundas whose political power in Scotland was at the time unsurpassed. Raeburn’s portrayal of Newbigging is tender and full of quiet personality: his sideways look and slightly pursed lips suggest a degree of reservation, the solicitor used to scrutinising others perhaps unused to Raeburn’s own scrutinising gaze. While little is known of Newbigging’s life, a painting of his wife is also listed in David Mackie’s catalogue raisonné, with a note that both portraits passed to their daughter Ann and her husband Adam Rolland of Gask. This portrait should therefore be understood as a private object of familial sentiment, as well as a public-facing record of Newbigging’s prominent standing in Edinburgh society, a dichotomy to which Raeburn’s style feels uniquely suited. Raeburn is celebrated today as one of Scotland’s greatest artists, not least for his iconic oil of the ‘Skating Minister’ (Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, National Galleries of Scotland, NG 2112). Despite this, his beginnings in life were unassuming. Orphaned at a young age and fostered by his elder brother, the teenaged Raeburn seems to have first turned his hand to portraiture while apprenticed to an Edinburgh jeweller and goldsmith. He first produced miniatures, but within a matter of years he transitioned to oil painting. He worked from Edinburgh throughout his career, and by the end of his life was decorated with accolades, including an appointment as Painter and Limner to King George IV, alongside membership of the Royal Academy, Royal Society of Edinburgh and American Academy of Fine Arts.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Sir Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823) Lt. Colonel James Spens (1761-1840), c. 1794
      Oct. 17, 2023

      Sir Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823) Lt. Colonel James Spens (1761-1840), c. 1794

      Est: $6,000 - $8,000

      Sir Henry Raeburn (British, 1756-1823) Lt. Colonel James Spens (1761-1840), c. 1794 oil on canvas 29 x 24 1/2 inches. Property from the Collection of the University Club of Milwaukee Provenance: Acquired from a Spens Family descendant Howard Young Galleries, New York, 1930 Newhouse Galleries, New York Acquired in 1956 through the Art Fund of the University Club of Milwaukee Literature: David Mackie, Raeburn, Life and Art, A Complete Catalogue of the Artist's Work, unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of Edinburgh and Yale University, 1994, vol. IV, no. 660, p. 812 (as whereabouts unknown)

      Hindman
    • Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), Mrs. David Monypenny, Maria Sophia Abercromby, Lady Pitmilly (1781 - 1842), circa 1811
      Sep. 28, 2023

      Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), Mrs. David Monypenny, Maria Sophia Abercromby, Lady Pitmilly (1781 - 1842), circa 1811

      Est: £30,000 - £50,000

      Property of a Gentleman Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823) Mrs. David Monypenny, Maria Sophia Abercromby, Lady Pitmilly (1781 - 1842), circa 1811 Oil on canvas In a carved giltwood frame Gallery labels verso Lot Essay: Raeburn painted several portraits of the Abercromby family, including Sir George Abercromby and his wife. Maria Sophia Abercromby was the third daughter of Sir George Abercromby, 4th Baronet of Birkenbog in Fyfe and his wife, Jane Ogilvy, the eldest daughter of Alexander, 7th Lord Banff. In 1810 she married the Hon. David Monypenny (born 1769). He became Solicitor-General on 22 February 1811, was admitted a Lord of Session on 25 February 1813, when he took the title of Lord Pitmilly, and also became a Lord of Justiciary. Provenance: Of particular interest is the 20th Century provenance of the present work, which was purchased in 1917 by Edward Townsend Stotesbury for Whitemarsh Hall in Philadelphia, where it hung in the drawing room. Stotesbury was from a Philadelphia Quaker family and became Philadelphia's wealthiest citizen, an international banker who rose to senior partner of Drexel & Co. and J. P. Morgan & Co. Between 1916 and 1921 he built the vast neo-Palladian Whitemarsh Hall at Chestnut Hill as a present to his wife. The famed American industrialist Henry Ford, after a visit to Whitemarsh Hall, is quoted as having said: 'It was a great experience to see how the rich live.' With Ralston Galleries, New York, 1917, by whom acquired in the United Kingdom; Edward Townsend Stotesbury, Whitemarsh Hall, Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, until his death in 1938; Eva Stotesbury; Parke Bernet Galleries Inc., New York; Paintings, furniture and works of art from the collection of the late Edward T. Stotesbury, Philadelphia. Saturday November 18, 1944, lot 1; The Fitzgerald Family; Sotheby's New Bond Street, London, 13 November 1996, lot 69 (as 'Portrait of a Lady'); Private collection, United Kingdom Exhibition History: The Pennsylvania Museum of Art, Philadelphia, 1932 (as Lady in Red Cloak) The California Palace of the Legion of Honour, San Francisco, 1941 Exhibition of paintings and works of art from the collection of the late Edward T. Stotesbury, James St. L. O'Toole Galleries, New York; April-May 1941; Literature: Sir Walter Armstrong, Sir Henry Raeburn, 1901, page 95; Henri Marceau, The Stotesbury Collection, The Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin, vol. xxviii, no. 151, December 1932, page 21 and illustrated on the opposite page (as Lady in Red Cloak) The Connoisseur, August 1941, vol. 108, page 79; Dimensions:; (Canvas) 29.5 in. (H) x 24.5 in. (W) (Frame) 38 in. (H) x 32.75 in. (W)

      Sloane Street Auctions
    • Sir Henry Raeburn, United Kingdom, Scotland (1756 - 1823), Portrait of Mrs. Clavering, Sister Of Jacobina, Lady Radcliffe, oil on board, 28 5/8"H x 23 1/2"W (sight), 34 1/2"H x 29 3/8"W (frame)
      Aug. 31, 2023

      Sir Henry Raeburn, United Kingdom, Scotland (1756 - 1823), Portrait of Mrs. Clavering, Sister Of Jacobina, Lady Radcliffe, oil on board, 28 5/8"H x 23 1/2"W (sight), 34 1/2"H x 29 3/8"W (frame)

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      Sir Henry Raeburn United Kingdom, Scotland, (1756 - 1823) Portrait of Mrs. Clavering, Sister Of Jacobina, Lady Radcliffe oil on board Artist and title label verso, 108Q catalog. Source; Paul Mellon Centre Photographic Archive: Sir Everard Radcliffe, Bart, M. C, Christie's sale 24 November 1972, lot 105, bought Ledbury Gallery. Biography from the Archives of askART: Sir Henry Raeburn was born on March 4, 1756 in Stockbridge, Scotland near Edinburgh. He was a Scottish miller's son whose idealized aristocrats, always gentle and charming, seem to pose in perpetual twilight. He began his career as a miniaturist. In 1778, after marrying into comfortable circumstances, he visited London where he met Reynolds. In 1785 he went to Italy, where he remained for two years. On his return to Edinburgh he became the most important Scottish painter of the century, his career in many ways paralleling that of Reynolds. In 1811 he was elected President of the Royal Society of Artists and in 1815, a Royal Academician. He was knighted by George IV in 1822, when the sovereign was visiting Scotland. Art was a business to this most distinguished of Scotch painters, and from 9 AM to 5:30 PM it kept him regularly in his studio, where he painted a succession of three to four sitters a day. He painted directly on canvas without preliminary sketches, achieving a kind of spontaneity. When he left his easel, it was to speculate in real estate or to play golf. Raeburn died in Edinburgh on July 8, 1823. Written and submitted by Jean Ershler Schatz, artist and researcher from Laguna Woods, California. Sources include: Masterpieces of Art, Catalogue of the New York World's Fair 1940.

      Ripley Auctions
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN, RA RSA FRSE (SCOTLAND, 1756 - 1823)
      Jul. 08, 2023

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN, RA RSA FRSE (SCOTLAND, 1756 - 1823)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Self Portrait, oil on canvas, unsigned, in early replica deep cove gold frame, OS: 34" x 30", SS: 23 1/2" x 19 1/2". Cleaned and relined

      Thomaston Place Auction Galleries
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN, R.A. (STOCKBRIDGE 1756-1823 EDINBURGH) Portrait of Archibald Smith of Jordanhill (1749-1821), bust-length oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 25 1/8 in. (77 x 64 cm.) 75
      Jan. 31, 2023

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN, R.A. (STOCKBRIDGE 1756-1823 EDINBURGH) Portrait of Archibald Smith of Jordanhill (1749-1821), bust-length oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 25 1/8 in. (77 x 64 cm.) 75

      Est: $15,000 - $20,000

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN, R.A. (STOCKBRIDGE 1756-1823 EDINBURGH) Portrait of Archibald Smith of Jordanhill (1749-1821), bust-length oil on canvas 30 1/4 x 25 1/8 in. (77 x 64 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Sir Henry Raeburn, RA, RSA Scottish, 1756-1823 A Bust Portrait of Commander John Henry Cochrane, RN Oil on canvas...
      Jan. 25, 2023

      Sir Henry Raeburn, RA, RSA Scottish, 1756-1823 A Bust Portrait of Commander John Henry Cochrane, RN Oil on canvas...

      Est: $5,000 - $8,000

      Sir Henry Raeburn, RA, RSA Scottish, 1756-1823 A Bust Portrait of Commander John Henry Cochrane, RN Oil on canvas 30 x 25 inches (76.2 x 63.5 cm) Provenance: The sitter, thence by descent in his family to Captain Henry Lake Cochrane (1871-1950), Court Place, West Monkton, Taunton, Somerset By inheritance to his daughter, the actress and stage director Elspeth Seton Cochrane (1916-2011) [Sale] Christie's Scotland, August 28, 1985, lot 194 (designated as The Property of Miss E. Cochrane) Purchased from the above sale by the present owner Private collection, New York Exhibited: Somerset Society of Artists, Old Masters Exhibition, Taunton, May 1946 We are grateful to Ms. Jennifer Higgins of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery for her assistance in our research on this painting. C 

      Doyle New York
    • PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER ATTRIB. TO HENRY RAEBURN 1756-1823 BRITISH (24" X 20")
      Sep. 18, 2022

      PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER ATTRIB. TO HENRY RAEBURN 1756-1823 BRITISH (24" X 20")

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      PORTRAIT OF AN OFFICER ATTRIB. TO HENRY RAEBURN 1756-1823 BRITISH (24" X 20")

      Carlsen Gallery, Inc.
    • Attributed Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823), Portrait of Mrs. Benjamin Bell
      Jun. 11, 2022

      Attributed Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823), Portrait of Mrs. Benjamin Bell

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Attributed Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823), Portrait of Mrs. Benjamin Bell oil on canvas (lined), unsigned, presented in an antique gilt frame. Stretcher size 30 x 25 in.; Frame dimensions 38 1/2 x 33 1/2 in. This portrait is traditionally identified as that of Mrs. Benjamin Bell. W. Hamilton Bell, Edinburgh, by 1880 until at least 1901 (possibly) with Duveen Brothers, London, by whom sold on April 9, 1901 to the following (possibly) with Agnews, London, by whom sold to (possibly) Sir Edgar Vincent KC, MG, MP (possibly) with Howard Young, New York Arthur J. Secor by 1927, by whom gifted in 1933 to the Toledo Museum of Art Christie's, New York, Old Master Paintings Part II, January 30, 2014, Lot 280 Private Collection, Greensboro, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.lelandlittle.com

      Leland Little Auctions
    • RAEBURN HENRY (1756 - 1823) olieverfschilderij op papier (op karton) : "Bellenblazertjes" - 32,5
      Dec. 04, 2021

      RAEBURN HENRY (1756 - 1823) olieverfschilderij op papier (op karton) : "Bellenblazertjes" - 32,5

      Est: €250 - €400

      RAEBURN HENRY (1756 - 1823) olieverfschilderij op papier (op karton) : "Bellenblazertjes" - 32,5 x 26,5 toegeschreven aan oil on paper (on board) attributed to Henry Raeburn

      DVC
    • STUDIO OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF A LADY (POSSIBLY LADY HAY)
      Nov. 18, 2020

      STUDIO OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF A LADY (POSSIBLY LADY HAY)

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      STUDIO OF SIR HENRY RAEBURN (SCOTTISH 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF A LADY (POSSIBLY LADY HAY) oil on canvas (87cm x 67cm (34.25in x 26.25in))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • attrib. Henry Raeburn Portrait of English Officer
      Aug. 16, 2020

      attrib. Henry Raeburn Portrait of English Officer

      Est: $300 - $500

      attributed RAEBURN, Henry, (English, 1756-1823): Portrait of a seated English officer with landscape background, Oil/Board, 9" x 6", unsigned, older identification label verso, framed 13" x 10.5". Condition: In need of a proper cleaning.

      Amero Auctions
    • Attr. Henry Raeburn, Portrait of a Gentleman
      Oct. 20, 2019

      Attr. Henry Raeburn, Portrait of a Gentleman

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      Attributed to Henry Raeburn (Scottish / United Kingdom, 1756-1823). "Portrait of a Gentleman" - first quarter 19th century, oil on canvas painting. A half length portrait in a black coat and black stock. Approx. 30.125" x 20.5"(canvas), 39.5" x 34.375" (frame).

      Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
    • H. Macbeth Raeburn, Scottish (1756-1823), James Alexander Simpson when a Boy, colored engraving, 25 x 17 inches
      Aug. 30, 2019

      H. Macbeth Raeburn, Scottish (1756-1823), James Alexander Simpson when a Boy, colored engraving, 25 x 17 inches

      Est: $100 - $150

      H. Macbeth Raeburn Scottish (1756-1823) James Alexander Simpson when a Boy, colored engraving, signed in pencil. This impression was exhibited at the Devis exhibition in Preston. Provenance: H. Stott, London., framed. 25 x 17 inches

      Link Auction Galleries
    • ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823)
      Jan. 27, 2019

      ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823)

      Est: $3,000 - $6,000

      "Young Child with Black Cat" oil on canvas 35 1/2 x 28 inches. unsigned, identified on plaque, sitter identified verso in what appears to be the artist's hand.

      John McInnis Auctioneers
    • Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), Pencil signed Print
      Nov. 28, 2018

      Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823), Pencil signed Print

      Est: $100 - $300

      Pencil signed print. Three Children with Basket full of apples. Framed, Signed. Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 - 1823). Height: 2' 4": Width: 1' 11". STERLING ASSOCIATES STRIVES TO PROVIDE ACCURATE, OBJECTIVE, & FAIR INFORMATION ON ALL LOTS. WE WILL BE HAPPY TO ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS AND PROVIDE ADDITIONAL PHOTOS. WE ADVISE THAT YOU, OR SOMEONE ON YOUR BEHALF, INSPECT ANY ITEM(S) AND COME TO YOUR OWN CONCLUSIONS BEFORE BIDDING. ALL SALES ARE FINAL. PLEASE SEE TERMS & CONDITIONS.

      Sterling Associates, Inc.
    • After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple"
      Aug. 25, 2018

      After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple"

      Est: $1,500 - $2,500

      After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823) "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple" oil on canvas 19th century, unsigned, after the undated painting now conserved at Tate Britain, London, a "Walter F. Jeune/Victoria B.C." and "The Wimbledon Fine Art Gallery/F. Dibben & Son/Wimbledon" labels en verso frame. Framed. 30" x 25-1/8", framed 39" x 34" Provenance: Estate of Dr. George Porter III, New Orleans, Louisiana.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of a Gentleman"
      Aug. 25, 2018

      Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of a Gentleman"

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823) "Portrait of a Gentleman in a White Silk Cravat" oil on canvas first quarter 19th century, unsigned, partial old "Portsmouth/London" label en verso stretcher. Framed. 30-1/2" x 25-1/4", framed 36-1/8" x 32-1/8" Provenance: Estate of Dr. George Porter III, New Orleans, Louisiana.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • After Sir Henry Raeburn (British/Scottish, 1756-1823), "The Allen Brothers - Portrait of James and John Lee Allen"
      Jul. 28, 2018

      After Sir Henry Raeburn (British/Scottish, 1756-1823), "The Allen Brothers - Portrait of James and John Lee Allen"

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      After Sir Henry Raeburn (British/Scottish, 1756-1823) "The Allen Brothers - Portrait of James and John Lee Allen", ca. 1900 oil on canvas unsigned, after the 1790s painting now conserved at the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Texas. Framed. 60-1/4" x 46-1/4", framed 72-1/4" x 58" Provenance: Estate of Dr. Carroll Ball, Jackson, Mississippi.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of a Gentleman in a White Silk Cravat", oil on canvas,...
      Mar. 17, 2018

      Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of a Gentleman in a White Silk Cravat", oil on canvas,...

      Est: $3,000 - $5,000

      Circle of Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823) "Portrait of a Gentleman in a White Silk Cravat" oil on canvas first quarter 19th century, unsigned, partial old "Portsmouth/London" label en verso stretcher. Framed. 30-1/2" x 25-1/4", framed 36-1/8" x 32-1/8" Provenance: Estate of Dr. George Porter III, New Orleans, Louisiana.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple", oil on canvas, 30" x 25-1/8", framed 3...
      Mar. 17, 2018

      After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A., (Scottish, 1756-1823), "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple", oil on canvas, 30" x 25-1/8", framed 3...

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      After Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A., P.R.S.A. (Scottish, 1756-1823) "Portrait of Lady Dalrymple" oil on canvas 19th century, unsigned, after the undated painting now conserved at Tate Britain, London, a "Walter F. Jeune/Victoria B.C." and "The Wimbledon Fine Art Gallery/F. Dibben & Son/Wimbledon" labels en verso frame. Framed. 30" x 25-1/8", framed 39" x 34" Provenance: Estate of Dr. George Porter III, New Orleans, Louisiana.

      New Orleans Auction Galleries
    • Militaria : After Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) An early 20thC polychrome p
      Dec. 29, 2017

      Militaria : After Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) An early 20thC polychrome p

      Est: £100 - £150

      Militaria : After Sir Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) An early 20thC polychrome print , Colonel Alistair Randaldson MacDonell of Glengarry (1771-1828) , depicting the Clan Chief in a hall interior, wearing full Highland Dress with flintlock rifle . Aperture 22 1/2'' x 32 3/4

      Claydon Auctioneers
    • SIR HENRY RAEBURN (United Kingdom/Scotland, 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF JOHN BALFOUR, M.P.
      Aug. 17, 2017

      SIR HENRY RAEBURN (United Kingdom/Scotland, 1756-1823) PORTRAIT OF JOHN BALFOUR, M.P.

      Est: $10,000 - $20,000

      Oil on canvas half portrait shows a handsome young man with curly brown hair wearing a brown coat, yellow vest & white stock. On verso of stretcher is a period penned inscription "John Balfour". Housed in a fine gesso decorated gilt frame with artist & title "John Balfour of Trenabie. Orkney N.B.". IMPORTANT NOTE: Accompanying the painting is a 10-page booklet dated July 1921 by W. Roberts titled "John Balfour M.P." by Sir Henry Raeburn R.A.. The booklet has, as it's frontice piece, an engraving of this portrait and the history of the portrait and John Balfour. John Balfour was, for over half a century, head of the Orkney Branch and the family derives its' name from Balfour Castle in Fifeshire. The first recorded ancestor was Siward who was slain by Macbeth, whose story has been immortalized by Shakespeare. John was born in 1750 and married in 1783. He was elected to the House of Commons as Member for Orkney and Shetland, first in July 1790 and secondly in April 1920. He lived in London and died in 1842. This portrait was recorded in Mr. James Greig's monograph on Raeburn. SIZE: 30" x 25". Overall: 37" x 32". PROVENANCE: Descended in the family of Albert L. Ellsworth, founder of the British American Oil Company ((B/A), which was the predecessor to Gulf Canada. CONDITION: Old lining, very good. 52210-12

      James D. Julia
    • ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): PORTRAIT OF MAN
      Apr. 22, 2017

      ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): PORTRAIT OF MAN

      Est: $1,500 - $3,000

      ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): PORTRAIT OF MAN Oil on canvas, unsigned, lined. 28 x 23 1/2 in., 34 x 29 1/2 in. (frame). Note: This portrait was attributed to Raeburn in 1924 by London dealer John Glen. Provenance: John Glen, London; thence by descent.

      STAIR
    • AFTER HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): JOHN TAYLOR
      Mar. 29, 2017

      AFTER HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): JOHN TAYLOR

      Est: $50 - $100

      AFTER HENRY RAEBURN (1756-1823): JOHN TAYLOR Mezzotint on wove paper, published in 1914, signed ''Will Henderson'' in pencil. 21 x 13 3/4 in. (sight), 28 1/2 x 22 in. (frame). Condition: Light- staining and the colors faded. Otherwise apparently in good condition. Not examined out of frame.

      STAIR
    • Circle of Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) British. Portrait of Henry St George Tucker (1752-1827), Oil on Canvas, Unframed, 30" x 25", together with a Portrait of Mrs Jane Boswell Tucker (1780-1869), two (2). Provenance; The Tucker Family, then by descent.
      Mar. 29, 2017

      Circle of Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) British. Portrait of Henry St George Tucker (1752-1827), Oil on Canvas, Unframed, 30" x 25", together with a Portrait of Mrs Jane Boswell Tucker (1780-1869), two (2). Provenance; The Tucker Family, then by descent.

      Est: £1,500 - £2,000

      Circle of Henry Raeburn (1756-1823) British. Portrait of Henry St George Tucker (1752-1827), Oil on Canvas, Unframed, 30" x 25", together with a Portrait of Mrs Jane Boswell Tucker (1780-1869), two (2). Provenance; The Tucker Family, then by descent.

      John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
    • Attributed to Sir Henry Raeburn (British 1756-1823), Portrait of a Man, Unsigned Oil on Canvas
      Sep. 16, 2016

      Attributed to Sir Henry Raeburn (British 1756-1823), Portrait of a Man, Unsigned Oil on Canvas

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      Attributed to Sir Henry Raeburn (British 1756-1823) Portrait of a Man Unsigned Oil on canvas 30 x 25 in (76.2 x 63.5 cm)Property of Various Owners

      Weschler's
    • (ATTR.) SIR HENRY RAEBURN (English, 1756-1823)
      Jun. 19, 2016

      (ATTR.) SIR HENRY RAEBURN (English, 1756-1823)

      Est: $800 - $1,200

      Portrait of an elderly gentleman, oil on canvas, 36 x 28 in., no apparent signature, unframed

      Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
    • (ATTR.) SIR HENRY RAEBURN (English, 1756-1823)
      Mar. 13, 2016

      (ATTR.) SIR HENRY RAEBURN (English, 1756-1823)

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      Portrait of an elderly gentleman, oil on canvas, 36 x 28 in., no apparent signature, unframed

      Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC
    • Print of an Engraving by H. Macbeth Raeburn
      Jan. 17, 2016

      Print of an Engraving by H. Macbeth Raeburn

      Est: $100 - $200

      Print of an engraving by Henry Macbeth Raeburn. (Scottish portrait painter 1756-1823). Ltd. edition, plate destroyed. 24" W x 35" H. Good condition.

      Greenwich Auction
    • *SIR HENRY RAEBURN RA (British, 1756-1823) Half-length Portrait of James Cochrane of Edinburgh 76.5 x 63.2 cm. (30 1/8 x 24 7/8 in.)
      Apr. 15, 2015

      *SIR HENRY RAEBURN RA (British, 1756-1823) Half-length Portrait of James Cochrane of Edinburgh 76.5 x 63.2 cm. (30 1/8 x 24 7/8 in.)

      Est: -

      *SIR HENRY RAEBURN RA (British, 1756-1823) Half-length Portrait of James Cochrane of Edinburgh 76.5 x 63.2 cm. (30 1/8 x 24 7/8 in.)

      Bonhams
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