20 November 2007
Philip Jean (British, 1735-1802)
Thomas Sinclair of Abbeyville, in blue coat, white waistcoat, white frilled cravat, holding an open book in his right hand; cliffs and seascape background
inscribed on the backing card 'Thomas Sinclair of Abbeyville'
oval, 3½ in. (88 mm.) high, modern silver-gilt frame with glazed reverse
Bought by Edward Grosvenor Paine from Captain Charles Woollett in April 1972.
Edward Grosvenor Paine (1911-1989) Collection, New Orleans, La., inv. no. 591; Christie's, London, 28 October 1980, lot 61.
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