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An unknown Gentleman

An unknown Gentleman

Portrait of Captain Roger Curtis, R.N.  1811 George Engleheart, British,1752 - 1829    Watercolor on ivory

Portrait of Captain Roger Curtis, R.N. 1811 George Engleheart, British,1752 - 1829 Watercolor on ivory

A Gentleman, believed to be Abraham Newland by William Wood. Mr. Newland is featured in William Wood's fee book. Abraham Newland (1730-1807) the chief cashier of the Bank of Enqland from 1782 to 1807. The expression "an Abraham Newland" came to mean a bank note, because without his signature no Bank of England note was genuine. He slept in the Bank itself for 25 years.

A Gentleman, believed to be Abraham Newland by William Wood. Mr. Newland is featured in William Wood's fee book. Abraham Newland (1730-1807) the chief cashier of the Bank of Enqland from 1782 to 1807. The expression "an Abraham Newland" came to mean a bank note, because without his signature no Bank of England note was genuine. He slept in the Bank itself for 25 years.

Portrait d'une jeune femme avec une perruque poudrée, vers 1780 George Engleheart

Portrait d'une jeune femme avec une perruque poudrée, vers 1780 George Engleheart

Ellison Fine Art | Stand B9 | | LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2014, Berkeley Square

Ellison Fine Art | Stand B9 | | LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair 2014, Berkeley Square

William Wood (British, 1769-1810) -  A Young Gentleman, wearing black coat and waistcoat, white frilled chemise and tied stock, his cropped hair lightly powdered

William Wood (British, 1769-1810) - A Young Gentleman, wearing black coat and waistcoat, white frilled chemise and tied stock, his cropped hair lightly powdered

OnlineGalleries.com - A fine portrait miniature of John Wigston (1763-1810)

OnlineGalleries.com - A fine portrait miniature of John Wigston (1763-1810)

Portraits - Portrait Miniatures of Claudia Hill at Ellison Fine Art

Portraits - Portrait Miniatures of Claudia Hill at Ellison Fine Art

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