1 - 2 December 2015
SAMUEL COOPER (BRITISH, 1609-1672)
An unfinished portrait of a young gentleman in black doublet and white lawn collar
Oval, 51 mm. high, silver frame with spiral surmount
Daphne Foskett (1911-1998) Collection, in 1974.
Bonhams, London, 22 April 1998, lot 16.
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London, National Portrait Gallery, Samuel Cooper and his Contemporaries, 1974, no. 49 (lent by Mrs Daphne Foskett).
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