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Sir William Newton "Mrs. Sidney Gourney", large miniature on ivory, 1840, exhibited at RA 2500 EUR
Sir William Newton "Mrs. Sidney Gourney", large miniature on ivory, 1840, exhibited at RA
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William John Newton (1785 London - 1869 ibid.) studied at the Royal Academy Schools from 1807. He may have been a member of a volunteer corps of artists, 1803. Newton exhibited at the R.A. and British Institute in 1808-1863. He was quite popular and had a distinguished clientele, which included many royal and titled persons, members of Parliament and fellow artists. Newton was appointed a miniature painter to William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1833 and painter to Queen Victoria, was knighted in 1837, the year of her accession (sic!).
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Condition: fairly good, slightly concave; in original matting and frame (not inspected out of frame)
Creation Year: 1840
Measurements: UNFRAMED:15,0x11,0cm/5,9x4,3in FRAMED: 21,6x17,5cm/8,5x6,9in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory (rectangular)
Inscription: verso signed, dated 1840, titled
Creator: Sir John William Newton
Creator Dates: 1785-1869
Nationality: English / British
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