19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey
19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey

19th century Portrait of a girl & two dogs, After Sir William Beechey

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A stunning portrait depicting a young girl wearing a white gown,After Sir William Beechey (1753-1839)
The detail of the white satin on the gown is particularly well detailed. The 2 dogs
one being a young puppy are so adorable, complete this fine piece.
Oil on canvas housed in the original period gilt frame.
The size of the painting is 62 cm x 76 cm whilst overall the size is 92 cm x 106
Condition of the painting is very good having been relined and more recently professionally cleaned.
The period frame is in very good country house  condition
Sir William Beechey (1753-1839)
Sir William Beechey RA was a leading English portraitist of the golden age of British painting
Beechey was admitted to the Royal Academy Schools in 1772, where he is thought to have studied under Johan Zoffany. He first exhibited at the Academy in 1776. His earliest surviving portraits are small-scale full-length and conversation pieces which are reminiscent of Zoffany. In 1782, he moved to Norwich, where he gained several commissions.
Beechey’s style perfectly suited the conventional taste of the royal family, and in 1793, he was commissioned to paint a full-length portrait of Queen Charlotte and subsequently named as her official portrait painter. That same year, he was elected as an associate member of the Royal Academy. Following his royal appointment, the number of royal commissions he undertook increased markedly, and in 1797 he exhibited six royal portraits. In 1798, he was elected a full member of the Royal Academy and painted George III and the Prince of Wales Reviewing Troops for that year’s academy’s exhibition. Many of his works
can be seen in National Trust houses and museums.

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