Fine Portrait Miniatures

19 Nov 2014, starting at 14:00 GMT.

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lots

Continental School, Late 17th Century A Doctor, wearing black cloak and cap with white collar

Samuel Cooper (British, 1609-1672) A Young Officer, wearing full armour and white lawn collar, his natural hair falling in waves to his shoulders

John Hoskins (British, circa 1590-1664) An Officer, wearing suit of armour and white lawn collar of lace, his natural wig falling in curls over his shoulders

Studio of John Hoskins (British, circa 1590-1664) Sir Edmundbury Godfrey, JP (1621–1678), wearing black embroidered doublet slashed to reveal white, his lawn collar drawn with tassles and his brown hair falling to his shoulders

Samuel Cooper (British, 1609-1672) A Gentleman of the Slingsby family, possibly Sir Thomas Slingsby of Scriven, 2nd Baronet (1636-c.1687), wearing suit of armour over white stock and cravat tied with black ribbon, his brown hair falling in waves to his shoulders

French School, circa 1690 A Gentleman, wearing blue cloak and white cravat, his dark hair falling in loose curls over his shoulders

Circle of William Gibson (British, circa 1644-1702) A Gentleman identified as, Lord Mountrath, wearing pale blue coat, white lace jabot and red mantle, his natural wig falling in waves over his shoulders

Nicholas Dixon (British, 1645-circa 1708) A Lady called, Jane Dering, wearing white chemise beneath a blue gown secured at her shoulder with a jewelled clasp, her fair hair partially upswept and falling over her left shoulder

Attributed to Mary Beale (British, 1633-1699) A Lady, wearing bronze robe secured at her right shoulder with two dark jewels over her white chemise, her blue mantle draped over her left shoulder, her dark curls upswept

Follower of Sir Godfrey Kneller (British, 1646-1723) A Lady, said to be Sarah Churchill, Duchess of Marlborough (1660-1744), wearing golden robe over white chemise, her pink mantle draped over her left shoulder and her fair hair loosely curled and upswept

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