JOHN SMART (BRITISH, 1742/1743-1811)
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JOHN SMART (BRITISH, 1742/1743-1811)

JOHN SMART (BRITISH, 1742/1743-1811)
Miss Isobel Page, in green coat with fur trim, white dress, upswept curling brown hair
signed with initials and dated 'JS / 1776' (lower left)
on ivory
oval 1¾ in. (45 mm.) high, gilt-metal frame
Major W. I. G. Page; Sotheby's, London, 30 November 1964, lot 65 (£360 to Stelman).
The late Walter and Gertrude Rappolt Collection; Christie's, London, 14 October 1998, lot 33.
With D. S. Lavender (Antiques) Ltd., in 1999.
D. Foskett, A Dictionary of British Miniature Painters, London, 1972, I, p. 516, illustrated in colour pl. XXIV, no. 80.
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Lot Essay

Isobel Page, daughter of Charles Page was baptised by William Emmanuel Page, the chaplain of the English community in Oporto.

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