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Daniel Gardner-Attrib. "Lady in park", important pastel portrait, 1785/90
Price: 4900 EUR
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This very good quality pastel portrait depicts a (still anonymous) aristocratic lady posing by a column in her residence park (she is dressed and hair-styled according to fashion of the late 1780s). It strongly resembles works of well-known English pastelist of that period, Daniel Gardner (CLICK HERE and HERE; see also our images nr.7-14) and could with great likelihood be the latter's authentic creation.
Daniel Gardner (1750 Kendal-1805 London) came as boy to London, studied at the Royal Academy under the famous Reynolds and soon became a very popular portrait painter (especially pastels of small size). Works by him are displayed in Londoner Victor and Albert Museum, in the British Museum, in Museums of Nottingham etc. At the art auction market they achieve remarkable prices (see our last additional images).
Creation Year: 1785/90
Object Type:Framed pastel
Style: Old Master drawings
Technique: pastel on paper, laid onto canvas and mounted onto stretcher by the artist; matted and framed
Inscription:verso: old legend
Creator: Daniel Gardner
Creator Dates: 1750 Kendal-1805 London
Nationality:English / British
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