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# 43503

Nicholas Freese-? "Little noble boy", high quality miniature on ivory!, 1810/15

2000  EUR
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Very high quality miniature on ivory with portrait of a 4-5-year-old noble boy from the late Georgian period (1810-1815). It is a work of a 1st class English portrait miniaturist whose name (according to old inscription on verso) could be Hunt. In this case we would be dealing with London miniaturist Richard (or Robert) Hunt, who exhibited in the Society of Artists in 1789/90 and at the London Royal Academy in1802-1842.
On the other hand US collector Joseph Shook informed us that he 100% believes it is a work of another English miniaturist - Nicholas Freese. Mr. Shook provided very convincing comparisons with other works of Freese (also CLICK HERE).

Nicholas Freese was christened on 23rd June 1762, at St.Martin, Birmingham as the son of Nicholas Freese and Elizabeth Rowney, who were married at the same church on 30 March 1758. They also had another son, George christened on 10 April, 1767 and three daughters Charlotte, christened on 5 March 1764, Margaretta christened on 23 August 1765, and Elizabeth christened on 22 November 1768. Nicholas apparently moved to London to study and then married Mary Stokes on 29 August 1791 at St Martin in the Fields, Westminster, London. They evidently had a son, George Fraser Freese, in 1792. Foskett notes that he was active in London in 1794-1814, regularly showing his works at the Royal Academy.
"N Freese, an artist" is recorded in Boyle's Court Guide for April 1824, as living at 9 Percy St, London.

See also our web # 43484

miapr0512

Condition: good

Creation Year: 1810/15

Measurements: UNFRAMED:7,6x5,9cm/3,0x2,3in FRAMED: 14,0x11,5cm/5,5x4,5in

Object Type: Framed miniature

Style: Portrait Miniatures

Technique: waterocolor on ivory, laid on card

Inscription: on verso inscribed: Hunt

Creator: Nicholas Freese
To see other works by this artist click on the name above!

Creator Dates: 1762 Birmingham-after 1824 London

Nationality: English / British

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