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Andrew Robertson (1777-1845) "Gentleman in brown frock-coat", high quality miniature!!, 1822 2500 EUR
Andrew Robertson (1777-1845) "Gentleman in brown frock-coat", high quality miniature!!, 1822
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Andrew Robertson (1777 Aberdeen - 1845 London) was a son of a cabinet-maker, and a brother of portrait miniature painters Alexander and Archibald Robertson. He is believed to have started painting miniatures at the age of fourteen, was a pupil of his two brothers, later studied under Alexander Nasmyth and H. Raeburn. In 1801 he went to London where he entered the school of the Royal Academy. He exhibited there, as well as at the Old Water Color Society, etc. from 1802 to 1842. In 1805 he became painter to the Duke of Sussex. In 1812 Robertson visited Paris. Shidlof calls him one of the best English miniaturists of the 19th century.
Provenance: private collection, Kent, UK
Creation Year: 1822
Object Type: Unframed miniature
Style: Portrait Miniatures
Technique: watercolor on ivory (painted in oval on rectangular wafer)
Inscription: monogrammed (ligated) and dated: AR /1822
Creator: Andrew Robertson
Creator Dates: 1775 Aberdeen-1845 London
Nationality: English / British / Scottish
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