English School, circa 1820 A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands
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English School, circa 1820 A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands
Sold for £600 (US$ 998) inc. premium
Auction Details
Art & Antiques Oxford
6 Feb 2013 10:00 GMT

Auction 20676
English School, circa 1820 A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands English School, circa 1820 A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands English School, circa 1820 A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands
Lot Details
English School, circa 1820
A Gentleman, seated before drapery upon a red upholstered chair, wearing black double-breasted coat, brown breeches, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, secured with a gold stickpin, he holds an open book in his hands.
Gilt-mounted on papier-mache frame; together with two portrait miniatures portraying a lady (English School, circa 1820) and a gentleman smoking a pipe (English School, Late 19th Century), gilt-mounted on papier-mache frames; and a further oval miniature of Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb (1618-1707) (Company School, c.1860), gilt-metal locket frame.
Rectangular, the title miniature: 114mm (4 1/2in) high (4)
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