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THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Francis Hayman, R.A.
c.1708-1776
PORTRAIT OF SIR CLEMENT BOEHM TRAFFORD (1738-1786)
Estimation
30 00050 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT
40

THE PROPERTY OF A GENTLEMAN

Francis Hayman, R.A.
c.1708-1776
PORTRAIT OF SIR CLEMENT BOEHM TRAFFORD (1738-1786)
Estimation
30 00050 000
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Francis Hayman, R.A.
c.1708-1776
C.1708-1776
PORTRAIT OF SIR CLEMENT BOEHM TRAFFORD (1738-1786)
full length, standing in a landscpae, wearing a green coat and waistcoat, holding a gun
oil on canvas
54 by 35 cm., 21¼ by 13¾ in.
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Provenance

By descent from the sitter

Description

The sitter was the grandson of Clement Boehm, a director of the Bank of England, whose family was originally from Strasburg. His grandmother was Anne Dilke, whose grandfather was John Trafford, and Clement assumed the name of Trafford and inherited Dunton Hall (see lot 11). He married Jane, daughter of Edward Southwell of Wisbeach, who inherited her father's estates. Their son Sigismund lived at Wroxham Hall, Norfolk which he bought in 1801.

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