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Cat. No. 14


Artist: Joseph Daniel  c. 1760-1803 -English Portrait Miniature, by Joseph Daniel, A British watercolor portrait miniature, circa 1790, by Joseph Daniel, of a woman with brown hair and brown eyes, wearing a flower-sprigged dress. The painting is set in a gold bracelet slide frame, the sides and reverse with brightwork engraving. in excellent condition.

Joseph Daniel and his brother Abraham were two of the most prominent Jewish miniaturists in England. They, along with a third brother, watchmaker Phineas, received instruction from their mother, who was described as an "ingenious woman." Abraham Daniel was based for the most part in Plymouth, though he returned to Bath from time to time, while Joseph practiced in Bath, Bristol and London. Abraham and Joseph set up in opposition to each other, though their styles were similiar. Daphne Foskett says of Abraham: I have seen several miniatures... which were of outstanding merit and would warrant the artist a place among the best eighteenth-century miniaturists.


Creation Year: c1790

Measurements: 1 3/4 x 1 1/4 inches 

Style: Portrait Miniature

Technique: watercolours on Ivory


Provenance: Lot 167, Sold at Bonhams Wendsday 21 Nvember 2007, London

Artist: Joseph Daniel

Condition: In very good overall condition.


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