Hogarth, William; painter; British artist, 1697-1764
Said to have been painted when Hogarth was on a visit to Ashby Lodge, the home of George Arnold and his daughter, Frances (see no. 24).
oil paint; medium
oil on canvas
height, 90.5, cm
width, 70.8, cm
bequeathed; 1873; Arnold, James William
George Arnold, of Ashby Lodge, Northamptonshire; descended to his great-great-grand-daughters, Georgeana Coape (d. 1849); sale by Phillips (of London) at Ashby Lodge, 20-2 April, 1845 (133), bt. Rev. J.W. Arnold, D.D.
Old Masters (1879). 1879
Venue: Royal Academy of Arts, London
Catalogue number: 32
Hogarth. 1971 - 1972
Venue: Tate Gallery, London?
Catalogue number: 107
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Source Title: Illustrated London News II (1960)
Robinson, Duncan. George Beare: A New Masterpiece.
Source Title: British Art, Mead Art Museum Monograph 6 & 7 (1985-6)
Object Number: 21
(Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
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