London, South Kensington
3 November 2016
PROPERTY FROM A LADY OF TITLE (LOTS 151 & 364-369)
John Russell, R.A. (1745-1806)
Portrait of Lady Henrietta Elizabeth Cavendish, younger daughter of William, fifth Duke of Devonshire, aged five
signed and dated 'Russell R A pt./ 1790' (lower left)
pastel on paper
23 x 17 in. (58.5 x 43.2 cm.)
The sitter, and by descent to
Hon. Edward Frederick Leveson Gower.
Alfred Süssman; Georges Petit, Lair-Dubreil, Paris, 18-19 May 1922, lot 51.
Lord Granard, and by descent to the present owner.
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'Collection de M. Sussmann', La Renaissance de l'art français, V, 1922, p. 354.
N. Jeffares, Dictionary of pastellists before 1800, online edition.
London, Grafton Gallery, 1895, no. 230.
Paris, 1908a, no. 115, pl. 98.
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