London, South Kensington
29 October 2015
Studio of Jan-Baptiste van Loo (Aix-en-Provence 1684-1745)
Portrait of Frederick (1707-1751), Prince of Wales, small full-length, in robes of state, with the Star of the Garter, beside a table with his coronet; and Portrait of Augusta (1719-1772), Princess of Wales, small full-length, in a laced dress and robes of state, beside a table with her coronet
oil on canvas
35 ¾ x 24 5/8 in. (90.8 x 62.6 cm.)
The Dowager Lady Ashburton, 16 Cadogan Square.
Anonymous sale; Christie's, London, 12 July 1996, lot 13 (£16,100).
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