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This unidentified eighteenth-century gentleman wears a maroon-coloured coat with lace cuffs and a half-wig, and stands facing forward, with his left arm tucked into the front of his coat in a courtly manner – 'left arm in'. His right hand rests on a chair. There is nothing in the painting, which was presented as a portrait of George Frideric Handel, to connect the sitter with music.

Royal Academy of Music

London


Date

c.1740

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 117 x W 93 cm

Accession number

2003.1043

Acquisition method

gift from the executors of Mrs Howard Kyan, 1960

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Philips 174?


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Royal Academy of Music

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