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Miss Emma Leonora Kendrick-Attrib. "Elisabeth of Hesse-Homburg", important miniature!!, 1805/10 2700 EUR
Miss Emma Leonora Kendrick-Attrib. "Elisabeth of Hesse-Homburg", important miniature!!, 1805/10
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Miss Emma Eleonora Kendrick (ca.1788 - 1871 London) was daughter of the sculptor Joseph Kendrick. She was awarded several prizes by the Society of Arts in 1810-1817 and in 1811-1840 exhibited at the Royal Academy, S.B.A., O.W.C.S., and N.W.C.S. In 1831 Kendrick was appointed miniature painter to Princess Elisabeth of Hesse-Homburg and to William IV. The artist painted miniatures, genre subjects in watercolor and in 1830 published Conversations on the Art of Miniature Painting. The artist normally signed on verso in full, e.g. Emma Eleonora Kendrick /Pinxit 18... /Duchess Street /Portland Place. The Victoria and Albert Museum has a miniature by her of Lady Caroline Lamb. Her seen miniatures show the influence of Sir Thomas Lawrence's miniatures. (This information is taken from the Miniatures Dictionary of Daphne Foskett).
Our two last additional images show other portraits of Princesss Elisabeth painted by this artist.
Condition: fairly good, central vertical tiny crack (professionally restored), in original frame
Creation Year: 1805/10 19th Century
Measurements: UNFRAMED:8,6x7,3cm/3,4x2,9in FRAMED: 9,0x7,7cm/3,5x3,0in
Object Type: Framed watercolor
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor and gouache on ivory, set in original gold frame
Creator: Miss Emma Eleonora Kendrick
Creator Dates: ca.1788-1871 London
Nationality: English / British
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