5 June 2007
JOHN COX DILLMAN ENGLEHEART (BRITISH, 1782/84-1862)
A lady of the Bleackley family, in black dress with lace-bordered square fichu collar, black belt fastened with gold-set jewelled buckle, three-strand gold necklace with suspended heart-shaped pendants, short curly dark hair: together with a young gentleman, in blue coat with black collar, white waistcoat and frilled cravat; sky and cloud background (English School, circa 1800)
ovals, 3 1/16 in. (78 mm.) and 3 3/16 in. (81 mm.) high, gilt-metal frames (2)
Sotheby's, London, 23 July 1979, lot 230.
Galerie Fischer, Lucerne, 17 November 1954, lot 695.
Ernst Holzscheiter Collection, Meilen, inv. no. M/D 0632; part I, Sotheby's, London, 28 March 1977, lot 33.
Sotheby's, Chester, 18 October 1988, lot 584.
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