28 November 2006
JOHN COX DILLMAN ENGLEHEART (BRITISH, 1782/84-1862)
Mrs Baillie, in blue dress with lacing at bodice, white fichu and knotted white scarf, white fur stole draped over her shoulders, embroidered white turban headdress with ribbons in her curling grey hair
signed 'J D Engleheart' (lower right)
oval, 3 1/16 in. (78 mm.) high, ormolu mount
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John Cox Dillman Engleheart painted various members of the Baillie family; a miniature of a Mrs Alexander Baillie was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1822, no. 640 and Mr E. H. Baillie in 1811, no. 626 and Mr A. Baillie, in 1814, no. 377.
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