Attributed to Stephen Slaughter (London 1697-1765)
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Attributed to Stephen Slaughter (London 1697-1765)

Portrait of Charles Wither, of Hall, Hampshire, M.P. (1684-1731), three-quarter-length, in hunting dress, with a hound, in a landscape, his coat-of-arms lower left

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Attributed to Stephen Slaughter (London 1697-1765)
Portrait of Charles Wither, of Hall, Hampshire, M.P. (1684-1731), three-quarter-length, in hunting dress, with a hound, in a landscape, his coat-of-arms lower left
oil on canvas
50 5/8 x 57¼ in. (128.5 x 145.4 cm.)
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Lot Essay

The sitter, who is recorded as living at 17 Clifford Street, London, was Surveyor General of Woods and Forests. He was a connoisseur of the arts and had a strong interest in landscape gardening.

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