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Painting (Oil on Canvas, Framed) of J. T. Desaguliers, Attributed to Jonathan Richardson the Younger, c.1730

preview image for Painting (Oil on Canvas, Framed) of J. T. Desaguliers, Attributed to Jonathan Richardson the Younger, c.1730
Inventory Number: 56486
Object Type:
Persons: John Theophilus Desaguliers (Sitter)
Jonathan Richardson (Painter)
Date Created: c.1730
Accession Number: 1986-18
Brief Description: Oil painting in carved gilt frame. Portrait of head, shoulders and torso against a dark background. Back of frame has 2 copper alloy eye hooks and copper alloy hanging wire, four wood and white metal hinges and four white metal nails. Each of the four corners of the painting has a metal plate attached with four white metal screws. A copper alloy mirror hook is attached to the label described above. The painting is backed by and mdf(?) and hardboard(?) panel.
Primary Inscriptions: No inscriptions visible.
Provenance: Presented by the National Maritime Museum in 1986. Previously lent by the National Maritime Museum (1960 - 1986) along with Inv 43023.
Collection Group:
Material(s): Oil Paint
Pigment
Gold
Gesso
Bole
Canvas
Wood
Copper Alloy
Paper
Ink
White Metal
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
106 832 35 mm

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Name Plate for Painting of J. T. Desaguliers

Inventory Number: 56486
Object Type:
Persons: John Theophilus Desaguliers (Sitter)
Jonathan Richardson (Painter)
Date Created:
Accession Number: 1986-18
Brief Description: The gilt frame has a wooden and gold paper label attached to the bottom edge - inscribed 'JOHN THEOPHILUS DESAGULIERS, LL.D., F.R.S (1683 - 1784) Lent by the National Maritime Museum' .
Collection Group:
Material(s): Oil Paint
Pigment
Gold
Gesso
Bole
Canvas
Wood
Copper Alloy
Paper
Ink
White Metal
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
106 832 35 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/56486