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PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE GERMAN COLLECTION

A Chinese Export reverse glass painting of Mrs. Hale as Euphrosyne late 18th century, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
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483

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE GERMAN COLLECTION

A Chinese Export reverse glass painting of Mrs. Hale as Euphrosyne late 18th century, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
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A Chinese Export reverse glass painting of Mrs. Hale as Euphrosyne late 18th century, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
in a giltwood frame, reverse with painted inscription F W ooa / No 3
64cm high, 48 cm width, 25 1/4in., 19in.
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Provenance

Acquired from Mallett & Sons (Antiques) Ltd., 2002.

Literature

Mallett Catalogue, London, 2004, p.96.

Catalogue Note

Mrs. Hale or Mary Chaloner (1744-1803), sister in law of Edward Lascelles, later 1st Earl of Harewood, is represented as Euphrosyne, one of the Three Graces, the personification of Grace and Beauty and handmaiden to Venus. The original painting by the reknown English painter Sir Joshua Reynolds is currently hanging at Harewood House, still home of the Lascelles family.

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