9 December 2003
The Property of a Deceased Estate
GEORGE ENGLEHEART (BRITISH, 1750-1829)
Sophia White, in white dress, lace-bordered black veil falling from her upswept dark hair
signed with initial 'E' (lower right) and signed and dated in full on the backing paper 'G Engleheart Pinxit 1803'
oval, 3 5/8 in. (84 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. 373 (lent by Alban Coat).
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