Pictures, Furniture, Tribal and European Works of Art

14 Mar 2012, starting at 11:00 GMT .

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French School, circa 1810 A pair of profiles, probably Louis Antoine, Duke of Angoulême and Marie Thérèse of France: he wearing uniform, medals and breast star of the Order of St. Esprit; she, wearing dress and tiara

English School, late 18th/early 19th Century A Gentleman, wearing blue coat, white waistcoat, chemise, stock and cravat, powdered hair

Sydney Buck (Irish, active 1839-1849) Two portraits of Colonel John Wilson (1791-1873) and his son-in-law, Captain Alban Thomas Davies: the former, wearing scarlet coat, gold epaulettes and lace, the cords from his crimson waist sash looped up on to his chest, a campaign medal on blue ribbon pinned to his chest; the latter, wearing black coat, checked blue waistcoat, white chemise and black cravat

Adam Buck (Irish, 1759-1833) Mother and Child

James Tassie (Scottish, 1735-1799)Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford (1753–1814), profile to the left, wearing coat, breast stars, crossbelt and stock, his hair tied with a ribbon bow. Glass paste in mid-relief, signed and inscribed on the truncation Tassie F/ COUNT RUMFORD/ 1796, mounted on glass and set in glazed, turned wood frame. Oval, 88mm (3 7/16in) high

John Henning Senior, HRSA (British, 1771-1851) A Gentleman, said to be Robert Dundas of Arniston (1758–1819), bust-length, profile to the left

English School, circa 1830 A portrait miniature of a young girl, wearing white dress with pale blue sash ribbon to her waist and matching ribbon bows to her capped sleeves, her dark hair parted and curled in ringlets, gathering flowers in her dress, standing in a landscape

Continental School, 19th Century Four children playing with a string of pearls, three wearing white dresses, one wearing blue trousers and white frilled chemise

Circle of Alfred Edward Chalon, RA (British, 1780-1860) A Gentleman, wearing navy coat, pale yellow waistcoat, white chemise and stock

20th Century School A Lady, wearing plum dress circa 1780s, white lace trim to her shoulder and décolleté, her powdered wig dressed with strands of pearls

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