Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855) A Lady called Anne of Cleves (1515-1557), wearing red dress with gold embroidery, white lace slip, blue ermine trimmed cloak, pearl necklace and matching pendant earring, her hair upswept underneath a blue velvet hat dressed with white plumes (cracked)

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Lot 3
Henry Pierce Bone
(British, 1779-1855)
A Lady called Anne of Cleves (1515-1557), wearing red dress with gold embroidery, white lace slip, blue ermine trimmed cloak, pearl necklace and matching pendant earring, her hair upswept underneath a blue velvet hat dressed with white plumes (cracked)

Sold for £ 1,062 (US$ 1,299) inc. premium
Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855)
A Lady called Anne of Cleves (1515-1557), wearing red dress with gold embroidery, white lace slip, blue ermine trimmed cloak, pearl necklace and matching pendant earring, her hair upswept underneath a blue velvet hat dressed with white plumes (cracked).
Enamel, inscribed on the counter-enamel Anne of Cleves/ ori. by Ber Van Orlay/ col. of Earl Spencer. Paint/ by Henry P. Bone. Enl/ Painter to Her Majesty/ Prince Albert. & c./ Septr 1850., gilt-metal mount.
Oval, 55mm (2 3/16in) high

Footnotes

  • The present lot is a copy of the slightly smaller, circular enamel that Pierce Bone created for Queen Victoria in 1843 (Royal Collection, RCIN 421709). A pencil annotation by the miniature's entry in the Enamels inventory, states that the identification of the sitter is incorrect (see, V. Remington, Victorian Miniatures in the Collection of Her Majesty The Queen, 2010, vol. I, p.88, no.131). The identification was based on some prose to the reverse of the original oil portrait at Althorp, formerly attributed to Bernard van Orley (c. 1488-1541/2) and since re-attributed to the Flemish School. Another enamel version by Pierce Bone resides at Madresfield Court in Worcestershire (Remington, p.89).
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