London, South Kensington
29 March 2009
AFTER SAMUEL COOPER (BRITISH, 1609-1672)
Jane Myddleton (1645-1692), in a white fur mantle, white damask gown and headdress
oval in a painted ivory frame
3 3/8 in. (76 mm.) high
S. H. V. Hickson; Sotheby's, London, 10 November 1969, lot 34.
Christie's, London, 15 June 1982, lot 74 (as by S.P. Rosse).
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This is a copy of the signed original by Samuel Cooper (1609-1672), which was exhibited London, National Portrait Gallery, Samuel Cooper and his contemporaries, 1974, no. 94 (lent by The Earl Beauchamp), illustrated, p. 42.
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