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Pastel Portrait of Princess Wilhelmina of Prussia by James W. Champney 1843-1903

James Wells Champney was celebrated in his day for portraits of New York celebrities as well as for his pastel portraits after 18th century masters. This portrait of Frederika Louise Wilhelmina of Prussia (1774-1837), later Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, is after an oil painting by Johann Friederich August Tischbein. ...

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‘Portrait of a Sultan’ Italian School, Oil on Copper 17th/18th Century

'Portrait of a Sultan' Italian School, Oil on Copper 17th/18th Century. 5 x 7 in. w/o frame, 11.5 x 19.5 including frame. Unsigned. Period baroque frame.

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‘Portrait of a Lady, Likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall, British 1765-1836

‘Neoclassical Portrait of a Lady, likely the Artist’s Wife’ Attributed to Richard Westall RA, England 1765-1836 25 x 30 in. oil on relined canvas, unsigned Richard Westall RA was an English painter and illustrator of portraits, historical and literary events, best known for his portraits of Byron. He was also Queen Victoria's drawing ...

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‘In the Roman Campagna’ Attributed to Rosa da Tivoli, 1651-1705

'A Shepherd and his flock in an Italianate Landscape with ruins. In the Background Peasants crossing a Bridge' School of Phillip Peter Roos (Rosa da Tivoli), German Baroque Painter, 1651-1705. 38 x 53 in.  oil on canvas, relined, unsigned, ca. 1700. Provenance: The collection of John Page Blair, ESQ. Windlesham Court, Windlesham, Surrey. Son of Johann ...

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Portrait of likely Queen Elizabeth I, Manner of Hans Holbein the Younger

SOLD ‘Portrait of likely Queen Elizabeth I of England’. Style of Hans Holbein the Younger, German 1497-1543. 27.5 x 33 in. oil on relined canvas, late 17th century. The sitter bears striking resemblance to the aging Queen Elizabeth I of England, painted in the style of Hans Holbein the Younger by a less accomplished ...

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Portrait of a Gentleman with a Hint of a Smile, Style of John Singleton Copley 1737-1815

SOLD. Standing half length his right hand in his vest. 25 x 30 in. oil on relined canvas, second half of the 18th century. Asking price $ 3,650. John Singleton Copley, the foremost artist in colonial America, was virtually self-taught as a portraitist. By meticulously recording details, he created powerful characterizations of his ...

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Mrs. Frampton from Vizcaya

For many years part of the famous Vizcaya Collection, Sir Joshua Reynold's magnificent portrait of Mrs. Frampton is now prominently featured in Decorative Art & Fine Antiques ever changing galleries, where it has recently attracted the attention of the Chinese Government. Asking price $ 39,000.

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A Screen of French Early 19th Century ‘Papier Peint en Grisaille’ Panels Depicting Classical Motifs

SOLD. A Screen of Three French 'Papier Peint en Grisaille Panels Depicting Classical Motifs over faux paneling likely by Dufour, Paris 1815-30, based on engravings, mounted on canvas and frame work. H 91 in. W (panel) 25 in.  Total W 77 in. Asking Price: $ 9,500

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‘La Sibilla Persica’ Manner of Guercino, Italian, 1591-1666

'La Sibilla Persica" Manner of Guercino, Italian, 1591-1666. 33 x 28 in. octagonal oil on canvas, late 18th century, period carved and gilt baroque frame. An rare depiction of the Sybil of Persica in the style of Guercino, the Sybil holding ...

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‘Portrait of a Young Prince in Armor’

'Portrait of a Young Prince in Armor' Anglo-Flemish School, second half of the 17th Century. 22 x 26 in. oil on canvas, period renaissance frame.

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