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John Thirtle (ca. 1777-1839) "Lady Ann Beresford", miniature on ivory, 1809 2500 EUR
John Thirtle (ca. 1777-1839) "Lady Ann Beresford", miniature on ivory, 1809
Old legend on verso says, it is a portrait of certain Lady Ann Beresford, nee Rivers (1790-1826), Sir John Beresford's second wife.
John Thirtle (ca. 1777 Norwich, England - 1839 ibidem) was a son of a shoemaker. After practicing as a miniature painter, he set himself up in Norwich as a frame-maker, carver and gilder. He debuted at the London Royal Academy in 1808. He was a member of Norwich Society of Artists and exhibited with them from 1805.
Provenance: private collection, New Orleans, USA
Condition: good; one minor crack in upper left corner
Creation Year: 1809
Measurements: UNFRAMED:11,5x8,7cm/4,5x3,4in FRAMED: 18,0x14,9cm/7,1x5,9in
Object Type: Framed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory
Inscription: signed and dated: J.Thirtle 1809; verso: old legend
Creator: John Thirtle
Creator Dates: ca. 1777 Norwich-1839 Norwich
Nationality: English / British
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