ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS
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Property from the Collection Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schorsch

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

Property from the Collection Mr. and Mrs. John B. Schorsch

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS | PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS

Estimate: 3,000 - 5,000 USD

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Lot Details

Description

ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JENNYS

(1774 - 1859)

PAIR OF PORTRAITS: A YOUNG LADY AND A GENTLEMAN FROM NEWBURYPORT, MASSACHUSETTS


oil on canvas

circa 1800

Each 24 ⅜ by 18 in.

Condition Report

Canvases lined, with reproduction frames. Overall craquelure and aged varnish. He with scattered inpainting on face, particularly his right cheek, along the ends of his hair near his neck, a 4-inch repair with inpaining over his proper right shoulder and along the border of the proper right top edge. Her with scattered inpainting on her face and added varnish to her hair.


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Provenance

Harry Shaw Newman, the Old Print Shop, New York;

Northeast Auctions, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, The Mr. & Mrs. Jerome W. Blum Personal Collections, August 14-16, 2015, lot 625.

Important Americana
Live Auction Begins:26 Jan 2020 | 03:00 PM GMT