New York, Park Avenue
16 October 1997
Gilbert Stuart* (1755-1828)
Portrait of a Gentleman, said to be Sir John Leeds, Bt. (d. 1811), bust length, wearing a brown jacket with a velvet collar, striped lining and a white cravat, in a painted oval
oil on canvas
30¼ x 25¼in. (76.8 x 64.2cm.)
Sir Charles Blane.
Sir Seymour Blane.
Daniel H. Farr, Philadelphia.
with Scott and Fowles, New York.
Mrs. Stevenson Scott, New York.
St. Louis, City Art Museum (Inv. no. 164:51).
Anon. Sale; Christie's, London, April 16, 1982, lot 95 (£8,000 to the present owner).
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