14 October 1998
JOHN COX DILLMAN ENGLEHEART (1782/84-1862)
Miss Alison Farrow, facing right in lace-bordered pale pink dress, pink ribbon, brooch and long gold chain fastened at corsage, brown cashmere stole draped around her shoulders, dark curling hair
signed on the backing paper 'J. D. Engleheart Pinxit 1814 88 Newman Street London'
rectangular, 3.5/8 x 26 in. (84 x 65 mm.), gilt-metal frame with glazed reverse
G. C. Williamson, Guildford, no. 632 (in 1928).
Christie's, London, 8 June 1971, lot 28 (260gns. to Rappolt)
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E. E. Simmons, 'Deutsche Einflsse in der englischen Porträtminiaturmalerei des 18. Jahrhunderts', Weltkunst, 22, 15 November 1978, illustrated p. 2687.
Alison Farrow was the daughter of the Hon. Jervis Otto Fairman Barraclough Farrow of Mountgarret, Cork.
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