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Gilbert Stuart(1755-1828)
Who is Gilbert Stuart?
Artist Gilbert Stuart, who was born in 1755, was America's most celebrated, most talented portraitist. The best-known Gilbert Stuart painting is his unfinished portrait of George Washington, known as the Athenaeum, which he started in 1796, but was still incomplete when he died. In between, Stuart was busy reproducing that portrait and completing his oeuvre of more than 1,000 portraits of celebrated Americans, including the first six U.S. presidents.

Artist Gilbert Stuart had an easy manner with his subjects, and although slow in his work, was commissioned again and again because he recreated exacting, natural likenesses that pleased the eye of his patrons. He used bold, florid, bravura brushstrokes in oil, lending an illustrious appearance to Gilbert Stuart's portrait subjects. Explore the hundreds of other styles of portrait paintings for sale at Invaluable or at auction.
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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 773: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Dec 05, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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1800s Gilbert Stuart Newton Engraving Shylock after the Trial Signed

Lot 337: 1800s Gilbert Stuart Newton Engraving Shylock after the Trial Signed

Auction Date: Nov 28, 2021

Estimate: $500 - $700

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton (British, 1795 – 1835). Shylock after the Trial. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver George Greatbach (British, 1819-1884). Signed in the plate. Year: 1873. Image Size 6 5/8 x 10 1/4 inches. Approximately 16 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 279: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Nov 21, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 213: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Nov 14, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Fabulous Gilbert Stuart Newton 1800s Engraving "The Deunna" SIGNED FRAMED COA

Lot 519: Fabulous Gilbert Stuart Newton 1800s Engraving "The Deunna" SIGNED FRAMED COA

Auction Date: Nov 07, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton (British, 1795 – 1835). The Deunna. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles Henry Jeens (British, 1827-1879). Signed in the plate. Year: 1878. Image Size 7 1/2 x 9 3/8 inches. Dimensions: Approximately 17 x 18 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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After Gilbert Stuart Oil on Board Portrait of Washington

Lot 402: After Gilbert Stuart Oil on Board Portrait of Washington

Auction Date: Oct 23, 2021

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: An antique oil on board painting after Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) depicting a portrait of president George Washington in his office. It is signed to the lower left and presented in an ornate carved giltwood frame. Sight - 38.5 x 26.25 Provenance Private Collection 84th Street, Brooklyn, NY Estate. 30 Day Warranty for serious discrepancies (See Terms and Condition for full explanation). PLEASE NOTE: Lots that state "in the style of" or "attributed to" denote that an item definitively does not have authentication nor is it implied. The item may be ascribed to the artist or maker due to its style or subject matter, but we are not able to confirm its authorship or authenticity....

Location: Atlanta , GA, US

Auction House: Atlanta Auction Gallery, ltd

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Europe.- Stuart (Gilbert) A View of Society in Europe, in its Progress from Rudeness to Refinement, Edinburgh, 1778.

Lot 46: Europe.- Stuart (Gilbert) A View of Society in Europe, in its Progress from Rudeness to Refinement, Edinburgh, 1778.

Auction Date: Oct 14, 2021

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: Europe.- Stuart (Gilbert) A View of Society in Europe, in its Progress from Rudeness to Refinement, half-title, bookplate, scattered spotting, contemporary calf, rebacked, a little rubbed, 4to, Edinburgh, 1778....

Location: London, LDN, UK

Auction House: Forum Auctions - UK

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"The Man Who Watched The Trains Go By" By Georges Simenon

Lot 796: "The Man Who Watched The Trains Go By" By Georges Simenon

Auction Date: Oct 12, 2021

Estimate: $40 - $60

Description: Hardcover book titled "The Man Who Watched The Trains Go By" by Georges Simenon, translated by Stuart Gilbert. Published by George Routledge & Sons, Ltd., London, reprinted 1943....

Location: Scranton, PA, US

Auction House: Lettieri Auction & Appraisal

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Attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828)

Lot 282: Attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828)

Auction Date: Sep 30, 2021

Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000

Description: Attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828)
Pair of Portraits: Moses Michael Hays (1739, New York - 1805, Boston) and Rachel Myer Hays (1738, New York - 1810, Boston)
Circa 1790
oil on canvas  
25 x 20 inches.  

Moses Michael Hays (1739-1805) was arguably the most important Jewish citizen of Colonial and early Federalist America. He was a merchant, civic leader, philanthropist, and longtime Freemason, who lived in New York, Boston and Newport, Rhode Island. In 1769, Hays was admitted as a Freeman of the City of New York, where his occupation is listed as watchmaker. (Harry Smith and J. Hugo Tasch, Moses Michael Hays: Merchant- Citizen- Freemason (Boston, Moses Michael Hays Lodge A.F. & A.M., 1937) p. 33)

Hays was also a family man. He married Rachel Myers Hays (1738-1810), the sister of New York silversmith Myer Myers (1723-1795), on August 13, 1766, and together they had six children- Judith, Rebecca, Catherine, Judah, Sarah, and Slowey. Judah (1772-1832) was their lone son and was a founder of the Boston Atheneum. (ibid, p.39) They also helped raise the children of Moses Michael's deceased sister, Reyna Hays Touro (1743-1787)- Judah (1775-1854), Abraham (1777-1822) and Rebecca Hays (1779-1833).

Moses Michael was born in New York City on May 9, 1739, to Judah Hays (1703-1764) and Rebecca Michaels (1709-1801). Judah, immigrated to New York City in 1720 from Holland, along with his five brothers- Jacob, Isaac, Solomon, Abraham, and David. Judah was naturalized in 1729 and recorded as a Freeman in New York City on December 2, 1735. He became a successful ship merchant, and in October 1760, one of his ships, The Duke of Cumberland, was granted a privateer commission. The small, 160-ton ship was fitted with sixteen guns and carried a crew of fifty, to prey on enemy vessels and commerce during the French and Indian War. (ibid, pp. 28-29)

It is thought that Hays moved his family from New York to Boston after Washington withdrew from the Battle of Long Island in August 1776. Upon arriving in Boston, Hays engaged in the insurance business opening an office at 68 State Street. He prospered in this field and gained the respect and confidence of those he worked with. Soon after the end of the Revolutionary War, the leading merchants of Boston, including Moses Michaels Hays, saw the need for a bank and took steps to form one during the winter of 1783-84. On July 5, 1784, they successfully opened Massachusetts Bank, now the Bank of America. The first name entered on the bank ledge was that of Moses Michael Hays, whose initial deposit was $14,500. (ibid, p.36)

Hays came to Freemasonry as a young man. A 1769 warrant issued by Provincial Grand Master of the 'Moderns"� in New York, George Harison, appoints Moses Michael Hays to be 'Master of King David's Lodge in the city of New York."� He later took the warrant to Newport, Rhode Island where he opened the third lodge in that state in June 1780. (ibid, pp. 45-46) Hays also served as Master of the Massachusetts Lodge of Boston from December 1782 to May of 1785 when the lodge was closed. When it reopened in 1788, Hays served as Grand Master until 1792. When he once again reelection to the post in 1791, he appointed Paul Revere to be his deputy.

Moses Michael Hays died on his 64th birthday, May 9, 1805. A few days later the Boston Centinel posted a tribute to his memory:

"On Thursday evening, M.M. Hays, Esq Aet 64. [sic] In the character of the deceased, there is much worthy of our admiration- much for our imitation. Possessed by nature of a strong intellect, there was a vigor in his conceptions of men and things which gave a seeming asperity to his conversation, which was ever frank and lucid. He walked abroad fearing no man, but loving all. Under his roof dwelt hospitality- it was an asylum for friendship, the mansion of piece. He was without guile, detesting hypocrisy as he despised meanness. Take him for all in all, he was indeed a man. In his death, society will mourn the loss of a most valuable citizen; his family, the kindest of husbands, the most indulgent of fathers. But what consolation shall we offer to assuage the violence of their grief?- Why, this is all- the recollection of his virtues;- and that as he lived, so he died: that to his last moment the cheerfulness and benevolence of his whole life, wasted not on his falling brow. Calm, and without a sigh, he sunk to rest, and is now secure in the bosom of his Father and our Father, of his God and our God." (ibid, p. 42)

The Appendix Harry Smith and J. Hugo Tasch's 1937 Moses Michael Hays: Merchant- Citizen-Freemason discusses portraits of the Hays family, suggesting that the current work may depict Hays' eldest son Judah.

"Only one portrait is extant of Moses Michael Hays. It is a copy of an original attributed to Gilbert Stuart, destroyed by fire at Richmond, and is now hanging in the Masonic Temple at Boston. The frontispiece which adorns this volume is from a photographic copy of the Temple painting.

A portrait of Hays' son, Judah, which was not destroyed in the fire that ruined the one of the father, is still in Richmond being owned by Mrs. William C. Preston of that city.

Portraits also exist, by Stuart, of other members of the family, notably Samuel Myers, Moses Myers and Mrs. Moses Myers'

Lawrence Park's Gilbert Stuart: An Illustrated Descriptive List of his Works, Vol. 1 (1926, New York) discusses the above-mentioned portrait of Judah, which is listed as catalog number 386, on page 392. It goes on to describe the painting, and that it had been badly scorched by a fire in 1912. The portrait of Judah was passed to his brother in-law, Samuel Myers (1755-1836) of Richmond, Virginia, then passed to his daughter, Ella Myers, who died unmarried in 1892. The portrait was then inherited by her nephew, Major Edward Dana Trowbridge Myers, then to his daughter Elizabeth Myer, who married William C. Preston of Richmond, Virginia. It was then passed down through the Preston family to the current owner. This pair of portraits descended along the same family line and were likely descended in the family of Moses and Rachel's eldest daughter, Judith.


Provenance:
Judith Myers (1767-1844), the eldest child of Moses Michael and Rebecca Myers Hays, who married Samuel Myers (1755-1836);
to their son, Samuel Hays Myers (1799-1849), who married Elizabeth Kennon Mordecai (1809-1861);
to their son, Edmund Trowbridge Dana Myers (1830-1905), who married Frances Colquhoun Trigg (1838-1899);
to their eldest daughter, Eliza Kennon Myers (1860-1934) who married William Carruthers Preston (1862-1901);
to their son, Edmund Myers Preston (1898-1945), who married Jane Daves Strudwick (1899-1996);
to their eldest daughter, Elizabeth Myers Preston (1926-2017), who married John Barclay Lottimer (1922-2007),
to their children, the present owners.
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Location: Cincinnati, OH, US

Auction House: Hindman

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Attrib. Gilbert Stuart, Gen. Monckton, O/C.

Lot 142: Attrib. Gilbert Stuart, Gen. Monckton, O/C.

Auction Date: Sep 18, 2021

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) Portrait of General Robert Monckton. Oil on canvas. Inscription on frame. Frame: 34 3/4" x 29 3/4". Sight: 29" x 24"....

Location: Falls Church, VA, US

Auction House: Quinn's Auction Galleries

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 180: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Sep 12, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828) "Mrs. Daniel Webster"

Lot 78: Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828) "Mrs. Daniel Webster"

Auction Date: Aug 01, 2021

Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart (1755 - 1828) Portrait of Mrs. Daniel Webster (Grace Fletcher). Oil on Canvas Painting. Housed in an impressive exhibition frame. Illustrated in the 1920 American Art Association catalog from the auction April 22-23, 1920) of the important collection of Frank Bulkeley Smith. According to the catalog, The portrait of Mrs. Daniel Webster was painted about 1816. Shortly before Daniel Webster married his second wife , in 1829, he gave the portrait to the first wife's sister Rebecca, from whom it passed to Webster's son Daniel Fletcher Webster, and was retained by his wife after his death. The portrait was later in the collection of Frank Bulkeley Smith. This painting comes with the illustrated catalog from the 1920 sale.

Sight Size: 26.75 x 22.75 in.
Overall Framed Size: 38.5 x 35 in.
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Location: Sarasota, FL, US

Auction House: Helmuth Stone

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Gilbert Stuart Framed OOC

Lot 4: Gilbert Stuart Framed OOC

Auction Date: Jul 15, 2021

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart Framed OOC. Portrait Of Anna Symmes. 1808. Commissioned by her Father, John Cleves Symmes, Chief Justice Of The Olde New Jersey Supreme Court. Previously acquired from Estate Of Richard Warren. Prim and proper young woman with A hint of a smile. She wears a brooch on her lace collar. The Painting was reframed in a custom frame By Richard Warren when it was originally in his estate. Reframing the painting resulted in covering the artist's signature on verso. Measures 32"28" 1/2" in frame. The painting alone is approx. 24"X20"....

Location: Rockland, ME, US

Auction House: Tunicks Auction Gallery

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ATTRIB. GILBERT STUART, GEN. MONCKTON, O/C.

Lot 180: ATTRIB. GILBERT STUART, GEN. MONCKTON, O/C.

Auction Date: Jun 12, 2021

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: Attributed to Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) Portrait of General Robert Monckton. Oil on canvas. Inscription on frame. Frame: 34 3/4" x 29 3/4". Sight: 29" x 24". Condition: Craquelure throughout....

Location: Falls Church, VA, US

Auction House: Quinn's Auction Galleries

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GILBERT CHARLES STUART (SAUNDERSTOWN 1755-1828 BOSTON) Portrait of Sir Wil

Lot 118: GILBERT CHARLES STUART (SAUNDERSTOWN 1755-1828 BOSTON) Portrait of Sir Wil

Auction Date: Jun 08, 2021

Estimate: £8,000 - £12,000

Description: GILBERT CHARLES STUART (SAUNDERSTOWN 1755-1828 BOSTON) Portrait of Sir William Molesworth, 6th Bt. (1758-1798), half-length, in a red... oil on canvas 30 ¼ x 25 in. (76.8 x 63.5 cm.)...

Location: London, LDN, UK

Auction House: Christie's

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 398: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Jun 06, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 711: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: May 23, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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†English School, "Portrait of a Gentleman," late 18th/early 19th c., oil on canvas study, gallery marked "Stuart" and inventory #683-..

Lot 525: †English School, "Portrait of a Gentleman," late 18th/early 19th c., oil on canvas study, gallery marked "Stuart" and inventory #683-..

Auction Date: May 09, 2021

Estimate: $600 - $900

Description: English School, "Portrait of a Gentleman," late 18th/early 19th c., oil on canvas study, gallery marked "Stuart" and inventory #683-A en verso, "Brown 163 High Holborn London" stamped en verso at top of canvas, presented in a gilt frame, H.- 29 1/2 in., W.- 24 1/2 in., Framed H.- 38 1/8 in., W.- 33 1/2 in. Note: "In 1842 Young Brown claimed that he, his father, and his father's predecessor, had between them supplied all the Royal Academy's Presidents up to that time, and that they had been the favoured servants of the Royal Academy since its foundation (The Art-Union January 1842 p.18)." This research was found through the National Portrait Gallery, London....

Location: New Orleans, LA, US

Auction House: Crescent City Auction Gallery

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Gilbert Stuart American, 1755-1828 Portrait of John Callender, Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1820

Lot 8: Gilbert Stuart American, 1755-1828 Portrait of John Callender, Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1820

Auction Date: May 05, 2021

Estimate: $7,000 - $10,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart
American, 1755-1828
Portrait of John Callender, Newport, Rhode Island, circa 1820
Oil on canvas
30 1/8 x 25 1/8 inches

Provenance:
Portraits of John Callender and his brother Thomas were inherited by Thomas Callender's daughter and hung in her Rhode Island home in 1879
By 1919 Miss Mary Callender of New York City owned the portrait until 1964
Thence by descent to Mrs. William Woodward, New York
Mint Museum of Art, Charlotte, NC by donation from the above (64.33), the work was deaccessioned in 1999

Exhibited:
Boston, MA, Museum of Fine Arts, Exhibition of Portraits Painted by Gilbert Stuart, May 4, 1880

Literature:
Lawrence Park, Gilbert Stuart: An Illustrated Descriptive List of his Works, with an Account of his Life by John Hill Morgan and an Appreciation by Royal Cortissoz, New York, 1926, vol. I, p. 198, no. 136

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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Doyle New York

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After Gilbert Stuart American, 1755-1828 Thomas Lowndes, 1766-1843 and Mrs. Thomas Lowndes, 1778-1840

Lot 9: After Gilbert Stuart American, 1755-1828 Thomas Lowndes, 1766-1843 and Mrs. Thomas Lowndes, 1778-1840

Auction Date: May 05, 2021

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500

Description: After Gilbert Stuart
American, 1755-1828
Thomas Lowndes, 1766-1843 and Mrs. Thomas Lowndes, 1778-1840
Oil on canvas
Each 28 3/4 x 23 5/8 inches

Literature:
Park, Lawrence, Gilbert Stuart, an Illustrated Descriptive List of His Work, New York, 1926, vol. I, p. 493

The original pair of portraits are housed at the Gibbs Museum of Art in Charleston, SC


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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Doyle New York

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 261: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Apr 25, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 615: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Mar 28, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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After Gilbert Stuart, American 1755-1828- Portrait of George Washington; oil on panel, 7.5x5.6c

Lot 85: After Gilbert Stuart, American 1755-1828- Portrait of George Washington; oil on panel, 7.5x5.6c

Auction Date: Mar 23, 2021

Estimate: £200 - £300

Description: After Gilbert Stuart, American 1755-1828- Portrait of George Washington; oil on panel, 7.5x5.6cm., (unframed)

Please refer to department for condition report
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Location: West Norwood, LDN, UK

Auction House: Roseberys

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Gilbert Stewart Framed OOC

Lot 15: Gilbert Stewart Framed OOC

Auction Date: Feb 28, 2021

Estimate: $30,000 - $60,000

Description: Gilbert Stewart Framed OOC. Portrait Of Anna Symmes. 1808. Commissioned By Her Father, John Cleves Symmes, Chief Justice Of The Olde New Jersey Supreme Court. Previously Acquired From Estate Of Richard Warren. Prim & Proper Young Woman With A Hint Of A Smile. Brooch On Lace Collar. Painting Was Reframed In Custom Frame By Richard Warren When It Was Originally In His Estate. Reframing The Painting Resulted In Covering Artist's Signature On Verso....

Location: Rockland, ME, US

Auction House: Tunicks Auction Gallery

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 211: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Feb 28, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828) Israel Kinsman Portrait of George Washington 1803-1805

Lot 3: Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828) Israel Kinsman Portrait of George Washington 1803-1805

Auction Date: Jan 23, 2021

Estimate: $150,000 - $300,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828)

“Israel Kinsman” Portrait of George Washington

Oil on canvas
30 ½ x 25 ½ inches

Provenance:

Purchased about 1817 by Israel Kinsman (1789-1862) for his home at 359 Arch Street, Philadelphia, the acquisition coinciding with his marriage (1817) to Elizabeth Walker (1797-1848). The portrait is later listed in an 1835 inventory of Israel Kinsman’s possessions completed by Robert Morris esq. as “Stuart-Washington in oil color” in “Front room 2nd story”(1)

To his wife Elizabeth Walker Kinsman (1797-1848) 1841 through a Trust.(2)

By descent to Elizabeth’s children: Charles (born abt. 1820), Henry (1822-1902) and Louise Kinsman (born abt. 1825).(3)

By decent 1849 family division of property to Louise Kinsman

By descent to her nephew, (Israel Kinsman’s grandson), Edgar Kinsman (1860-1932) of Stratford, N.J.(4)

Purchased in 1919 by Louis Ralston & Son Gallery (Ralston Galleries) New York City(5)

Purchased from Ralston Galleries by James E. McClees (1858-1954) of Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Penn

Purchased from McClees by John Huggens Earley (1869-1920) of Hilltop, Germantown, Penn.

By descent to his son, John Thomas Earley (1904-1964) & daughter Anne Lescure Mansfield Earley (1908-2004)

By descent, to Anne’s daughter Anne Lescure Earley (1942-2018) m. 1964, Terry Luther Foulke, Sr.

Thence by descent in 2018 to the present owner.

Footnotes for Provenance:

(1) Mantle Fielding, Gilbert Stuart’s Portraits of George Washington, Wickersham Printing Co., Lancaster PA., 1923, p. 196, No. 75; Lawrence Park, Gilbert Stuart: An Illustrated Descriptive List of His Works, (New York, William Edwin Rudge) 1926, Vol l, p. 47 and Vol ll, p. 882, no. 75

(2) Hand-written letter by owner and grandson of Israel Kinsman, Edgar Kinsman entitled, History of the Kinsman Stuart -Washington

(3) Ibid

(4) Lula Merrick, “In The New York Art Galleries”, The Spur, March 15, 1920, p. 47

(5) John Hill Morgan and Mantle Fielding, Life Portraits of George Washington Catalogue of Original Paintings and Their Replicas, (Philadelphia), 1931, pp. 296-297

Literature:

Mantle Fielding, Gilbert Stuart’s Portraits of George Washington, Wickersham Printing Co., Lancaster PA. 1923, p. 196, No. 75.

Lawrence Park, Gilbert Stuart: An Illustrated Descriptive List of His Works, vols 1 and 2 (New York, 1926) Vol l p. 47 and Vol ll p. 882, no. 75

John Hill Morgan and Mantle Fielding, Life Portraits of George Washington Catalogue of Original Paintings and Their Replicas, (Philadelphia), 1931, pp. 296-297, no. 75

The Spur Magazine, March 15, 1920 Lula Merrick, In The New York Art Galleries, pg. 47.



Lot Essay

Israel Kinsman, a Philadelphia merchant, purchased this portrait of Washington 1817-1820, at the same time as his marriage to Elizabeth Walker (1797-1848) for his residence at 359 Arch Street, Philadelphia. The portrait is mentioned in his household inventory in 1835 (1) as a “Stuart-Washington in oil color” in “Front room 2nd story”.(2)

Experts Ellen G. Miles and Carrie Rebora Barratt, in their informative tome about Gilbert Stuart, have identified three distinct periods of paintings and replicas of Washington by Gilbert Stuart. The first period (1794-1803), began when the artist first arrived in Philadelphia from New York in November of 1794, expressly to paint George Washington.(3) His first portrait of Washington, known today as the Vaughan type portrait, was painted some time in 1795. Early portraits of this period show Washington with a long oval face and a delicate lace ruffle.

Stuart painted his portraits, with the exception of full-length portraits, on canvases measuring approximately 30 x 25 inches, a standard English size canvas used in the eighteenth century. This was a smaller canvas than the sizes he used in Britain (36 x 28 inches and 50 x 40 inches) for portraits, suggesting Stuart was making smaller portraits to fill the huge demand for his portraits of Washington. Even in the smaller canvases, Stuart still succeeded in representing the individual personalities of his sitters.

Stuart subscribed to the theory of physiognomy, a study that the outward body could reveal a person’s character. An Englishman, Isaac Weld Jr. recorded Stuart as saying about Washington that “the sockets of Washington’s eyes...are larger...and the upper part of the nose broader… his features indicative of the strongest and most ungovernable passion”(4) This was an indication of Stuart’s discernment and knowledge of human countenance.

The portraits of Washington completed during this period depict a long torso and dark eyes, with a lace jabot and saw-toothed queue ribbon. The shirt lace in Stuart’s early replicas of Washington were painted by him using the dark color up to the outer edges of the lace and then painting the lace area white and adding dabs of gray-black paint within the lace to suggest the dark coat beneath. The same technique was employed to paint Washington’s powdered hair. (5)

George and Martha Washington visited Stuart at his studio in Germantown, north of Philadelphia where, in January 1797, Washington sat for the portrait now known as the Athenaeum portrait. Reportedly, Washington initially gave the artist permission to keep their unfinished portraits in order to make replicas.

Several noted artists had flocked to Philadelphia in the 1790’s, including American and European artists to establish a school, the Society of Artists of the United States. Stuart was flattered to be elected by his peers to become a member of the Society; however, Philadelphia could not offer the same sympathies as he had known in London, where great artists were, in general, held in higher esteem. He concluded that Federal America was not sympathetic to artists and after an exploratory visit to Washington D.C. in August 1802, Stuart moved his portrait painting business to Washington in December of 1803.(6)

The Kinsman portrait fits snugly into the second period of the Stuart portraits of Washington (1803-1805). Miles and Barratt discuss "a group of portraits owned by patrons in Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington. They are based on the “Athenaeum” portrait, which Stuart painted of George and Martha Washington from life in autumn of 1796, when Washington was sixty four years of age. The Athenaeum portraits, which Miles and Barratt include in Gilbert's Washington, D.C. period include “...one at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, the bequest of Paul Beck, Warden of the Port of Philadelphia; one first owned by John Richards, Agent for Baring Brothers in America, now in the collection of the Everson Museum of Art, Syracuse, NY; a portrait previously owned by Charles Cotesworth Pinckney, Minister to France from 1796 to 1798, now in the National Portrait Gallery in London; and a portrait previously owned by Robert Barry of Baltimore, which is now in the White House Collection, D.C.. (7)

Details of the portraits from this second period (1803-1805), which include the Kinsman portrait, depict Washington’s shirt ruffle with a less intricate, stylized ruffle of linen and not lace as seen in portraits of the preceding [pre-1803] and following [post 1805] periods.

In the Kinsman portrait, set against a dark background which contrasts with his white hair and blue eyes, Washington sits off center with his head turned slightly to the viewer’s left dressed in a black velvet suit and white shirt with linen ruffle. Like the original Athenaeum portrait, it is painted on basketweave canvas, and retains its original stretcher and giltwood frame with only minor areas of inpainting, most of whic
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Location: New York, 10021, NY, US

Auction House: Keno Auctions

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GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Counsellor John Dunn together with

Lot 182: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Counsellor John Dunn together with

Auction Date: Jan 21, 2021

Estimate: $30,000 - $50,000

Description: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Counsellor John Dunn together with a bill of sale dated April 2, 1880 detailing the sale of the portrait from Jane Stuart to J. Montgomery Sears for $2000 and the bill of sale as well as a letter written by Jane at the time accompanies the sale of this portrait. The success of the portrait probably was in part due to the friendship and camaraderie between the artist and sitter. As Jane records in her letter, Dunn was an intimate personal friend of my Father Gilbert Stuart…noted for his wit and humor and was a …constant visitor of my Father’s studio. John Dunn was an Irish politician and it is likely that he and Stuart met during the artist’s years in Dublin. From 1783 to 1797, Dunn represented the borough of Randalstown, County Antrim in the Irish Parliament, which convened in Dublin, and Stuart’s Irish patrons included many who served in this body. Dunn was particularly interested in the Native American languages and in order to study these visited America from 1797 to 1802. He first arrived in Boston where in December 1797 he was elected as a member of the Massachusetts Historical Society. Around this time, he probably met Mrs. Perez Morton (Sarah Wentworth Apthorp) (1759-1896), a notable literary figure who in 1790 had published Ouabi; or, The Virtues of Nature: An Indian Tale in Four Cantos. By January 9, 1798, Dunn was in Philadelphia where he sent a copy of Mrs. Morton’s latest poem, Beacon Hill, to George Washington along with his own tribute to both Mrs. Morton and America’s President. Stuart was in the midst of rendering replicas of his recently completed life portraits of Washington and it is likely that he first painted Counsellor Dunn around this time. Two finished versions of Dunn survive, now in the collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and the National Gallery of Art. It is unclear whether the version rendered here preceded these or followed soon after. However, it was almost certainly completed prior to 1802 when Dunn returned to Ireland. The portrait of Dunn now at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston was given by Dunn to Mrs. Morton. In turn, Dunn owned one of Stuart’s three portraits of Mrs. Morton, with whom Stuart shared a repartee in the form of poetic exchanges. This portrait thus speaks to the friendship of three personages, Gilbert Stuart, Counsellor Dunn and Mrs. Morton, and their mutual admiration for America’s first President (Ellen G. Miles, catalogue entry, in Carrie Rebora Barratt and Ellen G. Miles, Gilbert Stuart (New York, 2004), pp. 223-224, 226; Paul S. Harris, Gilbert Stuart and a Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Apthorp Morton, Winterthur Portfolio I (1964), pp. 198-220; Amy Elizabeth Shoultz, A Revolutionary Idea: Gilbert Stuart Paints Sarah Morton as the First Woman of Ideas in American Art, (PhD. Dissertation, The University of Texas at Austin, 2008), pp. 156-159, 216-217). $2000 and a handwritten letter by Jane Stuart: Newport R.I. April 2d/ 1880/ The Portrait of Counsellor Dunn which is this day [sold?] sold to J. Montgomery Sears is that of an Irish Barrister who was an intimate personal friend of my Father Gilbert Stuart—this gentleman was noted for his wit and humor and was a [crossed out] constant visitor of my Father’s studio. My Father painted the Picture about the year 1794—and as he considered it one of his best he made frequent use of it in giving instruction to his pupils. It has been in the possession of my Father’s family ever since his death and is the last of his works owned by any of us—Jane Stuart oil on panel 24 x 22æ in. painted circa 1798 (3)...

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Captain John Jervis, later Admiral

Lot 193: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Captain John Jervis, later Admiral

Auction Date: Jan 21, 2021

Estimate: $40,000 - $60,000

Description: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of Captain John Jervis, later Admiral Earl St. Vincent reverse with STAFFORD SANDS in chalk; a partial printed paper label, From THE ASHMOLEAN MUSEUM, OXFORD. and stamp of the Schwietzer Gallery oil on canvas 30 x 25 in. painted 1782-1787...

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of a Woman oil on canvas 26º x 22.5

Lot 200: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of a Woman oil on canvas 26º x 22.5

Auction Date: Jan 21, 2021

Estimate: $10,000 - $15,000

Description: GILBERT STUART (1755-1828) Portrait of a Woman oil on canvas 26º x 22.5 in....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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After Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) Portrait of George Washington Oil on

Lot 27028: After Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828) Portrait of George Washington Oil on

Auction Date: Jan 14, 2021

Estimate: $1,000 - $1,500

Description: After Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828)
Portrait of George Washington
Oil on canvas
20-1/2 x 16-3/8 inches (52.1 x 41.6 cm)



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Location: Dallas, TX, US

Auction House: Heritage Auctions

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Pair of 19th c. Verre Églomisé Portraits George & Martha Washington by William Prior

Lot 595: Pair of 19th c. Verre Églomisé Portraits George & Martha Washington by William Prior

Auction Date: Jan 03, 2021

Estimate: $500 - $1,000

Description: Pair of Verre Églomisé (Reverse Glass Painted) Portraits of George & Martha Washington by the well-listed American folk artist William Prior (American, 1806-1873); after the Gilbert Charles Stuart (American, 1755-1828) paintings: "Vaughan Portrait of George Washington," 1795 and "Martha Washington," 1796 | Signed by the artist to the lower right of image "W. M. Prior" | Professionally framed under glass with matching beveled wood and gold gilt highlighted frames | Approx. Dimensions Each: Framed approximately 28.5" x 24". Sight approximately 24" x 19.5" | Paint losses to George Washington, see photographs....

Location: Gallatin (Nashville), TN, US

Auction House: Beaumont Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 10: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Jan 03, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 624: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Dec 20, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart (Saunderstown 1755-1828 Boston) Portrait of Mrs Hammond Dorsey, seated three-quarter-length, (together with volumes I, II and III of The Pickering Genealogy )

Lot 40: Gilbert Stuart (Saunderstown 1755-1828 Boston) Portrait of Mrs Hammond Dorsey, seated three-quarter-length, (together with volumes I, II and III of The Pickering Genealogy )

Auction Date: Dec 17, 2020

Estimate: £15,000 - £20,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart (Saunderstown 1755-1828 Boston)
Portrait of Mrs Hammond Dorsey, seated three-quarter-length, in a white dress and an ermine-trimmed robe
oil on panel
83.8 x 66.8cm (33 x 26 5/16in).
together with volumes I, II and III of The Pickering Genealogy
For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website
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Location: London, LDN, UK

Auction House: Bonhams

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GILBERT STUART, (American, 1755-1828), George Gibbs, oil on panel, 26 x 21 in., frame: 35 x 29 1/2 in.

Lot 184: GILBERT STUART, (American, 1755-1828), George Gibbs, oil on panel, 26 x 21 in., frame: 35 x 29 1/2 in.

Auction Date: Nov 15, 2020

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: GILBERT STUART
(American, 1755-1828)
George Gibbs
oil on panel

26 x 21 in., frame: 35 x 29 1/2 in.
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Location: Boston, MA, US

Auction House: Grogan & Company

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 89: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Oct 11, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828) Portrait of Washington

Lot 31: Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828) Portrait of Washington

Auction Date: Sep 04, 2020

Estimate: $200,000 - $400,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart (American 1755-1828)An Atheneum type portrait of George Washington oil on canvas most likely executed between 1796-1803 period when Stuart was living in Philadelphia, this portrait bears similarities to many similar examples executed by Stuart for prominent Philadelphians during this period. It is notable for the high level of detail in the physiognomy and in Washington's cravat. Approximately 130 copies were painted by Stuart between 1796 and 1826 from the unfinished life painting of George Washington painted during his second term in office in 1796. Our example descends in the family of William Mullen (1788-1849) of Philadelphia and has been handed down from the time the painting was acquired by the family around 1830.(William Mullen 1788-1849; Thomas Morris Mullen 1820-1883; Catherine Mullen Woodward 1857-1901; Winfield Scott Woodward 1855-; Thomas Mullen Woodward Sr. 1884-; Thomas Mullen Woodward Jr 1915; Great Uncle Charles Thomas Mullen 1859-1931 named in the note was the brother of Catherine Mullen Woodward) The portrait was cleaned, restretched and relined in 1955 using techniques appropriate to that period by Henri Courtias of New York there is a minor craqueleur but only minor evidence of inpainting when viewed under UV light. The Painting measures 28 x 24" which is in keeping with the dimensions of the other Atheneum replicas....

Location: Williston, VT, US

Auction House: Merrill's Auctioneers & Appraisers

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19th Century George Washington Athenaeum Litho

Lot 614: 19th Century George Washington Athenaeum Litho

Auction Date: Aug 26, 2020

Estimate: $50 - $500

Description: A framed Victorian lithograph, produced circa 1870 by Forbes Lithograph Company of Boston, after the famous Athenaeum Portrait by Gilbert Stuart (American, 1755-1828). Fair antique condition, age related wear to frame. Hanging hardware. Measures 27 1/4 in. x 19 1/2 in. (work), 30 1/2 in. x 22 3/4 in. (framed). Hill Auction Gallery in house continental USA shipping $125 plus insurance. Gallery will refer a local shipper for international buyers. Please contact [email protected] for local home delivery quote. Purchaser pick up available upon request....

Location: Sunrise, FL, US

Auction House: Hill Auction Gallery

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Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Lot 151: Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Auction Date: Aug 24, 2020

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: Öl/Leinwand. Porträt von Alexander Hamilton (ca. 1757 - 1804). Stuart gilt als der bedeutendste frühe amerikanische Porträtmaler. Politiker und Persönlichkeiten malte er lebensnah im natürlichen Stil. Er bereitete die Grundlage für die Porträtmalerei Amerikas. Min. Ret., rest., altersbedingte, gute Erhaltung. Um 1795. H x B ca. 75 x 63 cm, prächtig ger....

Location: Tegernsee, DE

Auction House: Kunst & Auktionshaus Walter Ginhart

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 455: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Aug 02, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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ATTRIBUTED TO GILBERT STUART, Massachusetts/Rhode Island/England, 1755-1828, Portrait of John Chafy, Esq., Oil on canvas, 30.5" x 25...

Lot 216: ATTRIBUTED TO GILBERT STUART, Massachusetts/Rhode Island/England, 1755-1828, Portrait of John Chafy, Esq., Oil on canvas, 30.5" x 25...

Auction Date: Jul 30, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,000

Description: ATTRIBUTED TO GILBERT STUART
Massachusetts/Rhode Island/England, 1755-1828

Portrait of John Chafy, Esq. Unsigned. Sitter identified on frame plaque.
Oil on canvas, 30.5" x 25". Framed 39" x 34".
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Location: East Dennis, MA, US

Auction House: Eldred's

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Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Lot 151: Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Auction Date: Jul 25, 2020

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: Öl/Leinwand. Porträt von Alexander Hamilton (ca. 1757 - 1804). Stuart gilt als der bedeutendste frühe amerikanische Porträtmaler. Politiker und Persönlichkeiten malte er lebensnah im natürlichen Stil. Er bereitete die Grundlage für die Porträtmalerei Amerikas. Min. Ret., rest., altersbedingte, gute Erhaltung. Um 1795. H x B ca. 75 x 63 cm, prächtig ger....

Location: Tegernsee, DE

Auction House: Kunst & Auktionshaus Walter Ginhart

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 682: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Jun 07, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808-1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Lot 206: Gilbert Stuart Umkreis, 1755 Island - 1828 Boston

Auction Date: May 25, 2020

Estimate: €0 - €0

Description: Öl/Leinwand. Porträt von Alexander Hamilton (ca. 1757 - 1804). Stuart gilt als der bedeutendste frühe amerikanische Porträtmaler. Politiker und Persönlichkeiten malte er lebensnah im natürlichen Stil. Er bereitete die Grundlage für die Porträtmalerei Amerikas. Min. Ret., rest., altersbedingte, gute Erhaltung. Um 1795. H x B ca. 75 x 63 cm, prächtig ger....

Location: Tegernsee, DE

Auction House: Kunst & Auktionshaus Walter Ginhart

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 144: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: May 10, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 - 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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GILBERT CHARLES STUART PLATEBLOCK

Lot 153: GILBERT CHARLES STUART PLATEBLOCK

Auction Date: Apr 17, 2020

Estimate: $80 - $300

Description: GILBERT CHARLES STUART PLATEBLOCK...

Location: Middletown, CT, US

Auction House: Museum of Culture and Arts, Inc

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Gilbert Stuart (After) (American 19th C. )

Lot 341: Gilbert Stuart (After) (American 19th C. )

Auction Date: Mar 16, 2020

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description: Title: George Washington (The Constable-Hamilton Portrait), unsigned,...

Location: San Marcos, CA, US

Auction House: Creighton-Davis Gallery

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Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Lot 668: Gilbert Stuart Newton 1852 engraving Yorick and the Grisette signed

Auction Date: Mar 15, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 – 1835). Yorick and the Grisette. Antique engraving on wove paper after the original oil paint on canvas by master engraver Herbert Bourne (British, 1820 - 1907). 1852. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 7 3/8 x 9 7/8 inches. Approximately 17 x 19 inches. This piece has been professionally matted and framed using all new materials. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Lot 66: 1878 Gilbert Stuart Newton The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina engraving signed

Auction Date: Mar 15, 2020

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: Gilbert Stuart Newton. (British, 1795 – 1835). The Prince of Spain's Visit to Catalina. Antique steel engraving on wove paper after the original by master engraver Charles George Lewis (English, 1808–1880). 1878. Signed in the plate. Excellent. Image Size 6 7/8 x 8 7/8 inches. Framed dimensions approximately 15 x 17 inches. This artwork is accompanied by a Gallery Certificate of Authenticity and is Guaranteed as described....

Location: Cape Coral, FL, US

Auction House: KCM Galleries

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Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828) George Washington oil on canvas 29 ½ x 24 in.

Lot 291: Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828) George Washington oil on canvas 29 ½ x 24 in.

Auction Date: Jan 24, 2020

Estimate: $200,000 - $300,000

Description: Gilbert Stuart (1755-1828)
George Washington
oil on canvas
29 ½ x 24 in.
Painted 1796-1803
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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Christie's

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