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Attributed to Mary Beale (Barrow, Suffolk 1633-1699 London)
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Attributed to Mary Beale (Barrow, Suffolk 1633-1699 London)

Double portrait of a gentleman and a young boy, possibly the artist's husband Charles Beale (1631-1705) and one of their sons, three-quarter-length, the former seated in an orange coat with a brown wrap beside a ledge, the latter standing in a red coat, holding his own portrait in his left hand

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Attributed to Mary Beale (Barrow, Suffolk 1633-1699 London)
Double portrait of a gentleman and a young boy, possibly the artist's husband Charles Beale (1631-1705) and one of their sons, three-quarter-length, the former seated in an orange coat with a brown wrap beside a ledge, the latter standing in a red coat, holding his own portrait in his left hand
oil on canvas
49¾ x 39¼ in. (126.4 x 99.7 cm.)
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