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Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753-1809)
Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753-1809)

Portrait of a young boy, half-length, in a blue coat, a stick under his left arm, a glove and hat in his right hand, standing beside a painting of a hunting scene and a hanging fox's brush

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Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753-1809)
Portrait of a young boy, half-length, in a blue coat, a stick under his left arm, a glove and hat in his right hand, standing beside a painting of a hunting scene and a hanging fox's brush
signed and dated 'HP. Danloux. f. 1802' (lower left)
oil on canvas
30 x 25 in. (76.2 x 63.5 cm.)
in its original frame;
indistinctly inscribed 'William Robert..... son of Anthony .... m. Hariett Shakespear.' (on an old label on the stretcher)

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