- Listed: January 1, 1970 12:00 am
- Title: Portrait of Lady Arundell, three-quarter length
- Artist: Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A.
- Format (cm): 127 x 101.5 cm.
- Format (in): 50 x 40 in.
- Last Sale price: 47 500,00
- Last Sale date:
Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. (Bristol 1769-1830 London) and Studio Portrait of Lady Arundell, three-quarter length oil on canvas 50 x 40 in. (127 x 101.5 cm.)
James Everard, 10th Baron Arundell of Wardour, Wardour Castle, Wiltshire, 1830. Col. Unthank, Intwood hall, near Norwich, by 1897. Anonymous sale; Robinson and Fisher, London, 28 May 1897, lot 188, as a double portrait. with Renton. Anonymous sale; Robinson and Fisher, London, 21 June 1900, lot 156, as a double portrait. with Arthur Tooth, London. with T.J. Blakeslee, New York, 1914. with Robert C. Vose, Boston, 1914-1923. Arthur J. Secor, by whom gifted in 1926 to the Toledo Museum of Art.
PROPERTY OF THE TOLEDO MUSEUM OF ART, SOLD TO BENEFIT THE ACQUISITIONS FUND
Buffalo Fine Arts Academy, Academy Notes , XVI, July-December 1921, pp. 53-54, repr. B.M. Godwin, Catalogue of European Paintings , Toledo, 1939, pp. 308-309. Toledo Museum of Art Museum News , no. 95A, Sept. 1941. K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence , London, 1954, pp. 25, 72. K. Garlick, ‘A Catalogue of the Paintings, Drawings and Pastels of Sir Thomas Lawrence,’ Walpole Society , XXXIX, 1962-1964, pp. 23, 275, 307. The Toledo Museum of Art, European Paintings , Toledo, 1976, pp. 92-93, pl. 328. J.D. Morse, Old Master Paintings in North America , New York, 1979, p. 193. K. Garlick, Sir Thomas Lawrence , Oxford, 1989, no. 47, p. 141.
Buffalo, Albright Art Gallery, Catalogue of a Collection of Paintings lent by Messrs. R.C. and N.M. Vose of Boston, Mass. , 8-31 January 1921, no. 51. The Toledo Museum of Art, Portraits and Portraiture Throughout the Ages , 3-31 October 1937, no. 32. Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts, Sir Thomas Lawrence as Painter and Collector , 7 October-13 November 1955, no. 2. Denver Art Museum, 1956. Toledo Museum of Art, The Unseen Art of TMA: What’s in the Vaults and Why? , 12 September 2004-2 January 2005.
This painting of Lady Arundell was oringally part of a larger work that before 1900 also included Lord Arundell (illus. Garlick, loc. cit. ).