9 December 2003
GEORGE ENGLEHEART (BRITISH, 1750-1829)
Mary Ann Tenison, in white dress with ribbon sash, pearl clasps fastened to fichu, double strand pearl necklace, pearls in her upswept and dressed dark hair
signed with initial 'E' (lower right) and signed and dated in full on the backing paper 'G Engleheart Pinxit 1803'
oval, 3 3/8 in. (86 mm.) high, silver-gilt frame with glazed reverse
Alban Coat (in 1929).
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London, Victoria and Albert Museum, The Miniatures of George Engleheart, J. C. D. Engleheart and Thomas Richmond, 1929, no. 372 (lent by Alban Coat).
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