Jane Maxwell, Duchess of Gordon and Her Son, George Duncan, Marquess of Huntly
oil on canvas
frame: 31 1/8 x 26 3/4 in. (79.06 x 67.95 cm)
George Romney, attributed to
(Dalton-in-Furness, England, UK, 1734 - 1802, Kendal, England, UK)
CULTURE OR GROUP:
oil paintings (visual works)
Gift of Merle J. and Emily N. Trees
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By 1898, Henry Howard, Esq. (London); 18 June 1898, Christie’s (London), Henry Howard sale, lot 82, bought in; 25 January 1899, Henry Howard premises sale, Lancaster Terrace (London), lot 591. By 1936, Daphne (Constantine) Ionides (Sussex, 1896-1966); 3 July 1936, “Speelman,” by purchase from Christie’s (London), lot 75. By 1936, E. & A. Silberman Galleries (New York) ; 1936, Merle J. Trees (Chicago, 1883-1954), by purchase from Silberman Galleries; 1940, University of Illinois, by gift from Merle J. and Emily N. Trees.
 The name “Speelman” in Christie’s records may refer to Edward Speelman, a London art dealer who likely acted as an agent for, or subsequently sold the painting to, Silberman Galleries.
SELECTED EXHIBITION HISTORY
- primary object, canvas: 24 3/4 x 19 7/8 in. (62.87 x 50.48 cm)
- framed, frame: 31 1/8 x 26 3/4 in. (79.06 x 67.95 cm)
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