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Bristol 1769–1830 London

Sir Thomas Lawrence was a pupil of Joshua Reynolds (1723–1792) and studied at the Royal Academy of Arts in London. After Reynolds' death, Lawrence was appointed court painter to King George III and became a member of the Royal Academy in 1794. In 1814 he travelled to Paris and in the years that followed he painted portraits of numerous aristocrats in Austria and Italy. As the foremost English portrait painter of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Lawrence produced the likenesses of renowned personalities of his day, which were often reproduced in engravings and etchings. Lawrence invested the greater part of his princely income in paintings and drawings, and his collection became the property of the National Gallery in London after his death, as he never married and had no children.

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Lot 3083 - A194 Old Master & 19 c. Paintings - Friday 25 September 2020, 02.00 PM


(Bristol 1769–1830 London)
Portrait of John Lewis Fleming (1779–1836).
Oil on canvas.
76.5 × 63.8 cm.

CHF 7 000 / 9 000 | (€ 7 220 / 9 280)

Sold for CHF 24 700 (including buyer’s premium)
All information is subject to change.

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