24 - 25 June 2014
PROPERTY OF A DISTINGUISHED MUSICIAN
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Manner of John Hoppner
Portrait of Mrs Guyon, half-length, in a white dress
oil on canvas
30½ x 25 in. (77.4 x 63.5 cm.)
George A. Hearn, New York; His sale, American Art Galleries, New York, 1 March 1918, lot 390.
Acquired at the above sale by Frank C. Ball, Muncie, Indiana.
Ball Brothers Foundation, Muncie, 1936.
Ball State University, 1995, gift from the above.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, New York, 5 April 2011, lot 78.
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