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Thomas Richmond (1771-1837)-? "Portrait of a noble boy", fine miniature on ivory, ca.1795 2500 EUR
Thomas Richmond (1771-1837)-? "Portrait of a noble boy", fine miniature on ivory, ca.1795
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Thomas Richmond (1771 Kew - 1837 London) was a younger son of Yorkshireman Thomas Richmond and his wife Ann Bone, a cousin of miniaturist George Engleheart. The latter became teacher of Thomas. Later the artist studied at the St. Martin's Lane Academy. He worked in London and Portsmouth and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1795 to 1829. He was employed by the Royal family to copy miniatures by Cosway and Engleheart and he also copied portraits by Reynolds. His works show a great influece of Engleheart.
Provenance: private collection, USA
Creation Year: 1795
Measurements: UNFRAMED:7,0x7,0cm/2,8x2,8in FRAMED: 12,1x12,1cm/4,8x4,8in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Creator: Thomas Richmond
Creator Dates: 1771 Kew-1837 London
Nationality: English / British
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