4 June 2009
Property of the Montclair Art Museum, sold to benefit the Acquisition Endowment Fund
Gilbert Stuart (North Kingston, RI 1755-1828 Boston)
Portrait of Thomas Dawson, 1st Viscount Cremorne (1725-1813), half-length, in a brown coat
oil on canvas
36¼ x 28½ in. (92.1 x 72.4 cm.)
By inheritance through the barony of Cremorne to Richard Thomas Dawson, second Lord Cremorne (1788-1827).
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L. Park, Gilbert Stuart, New York, 1926, I, p. 254-5, no. 208.
(Possibly) London, Royal Academy, 1785, no. 176, as 'Portrait of a Nobleman'.
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