Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian
Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian
Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian
Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian
Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian
Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian

BARTHOLOMEW DANDRIDGE (1691-c.1755)

Portrait of Nathaniel Hooke Historian

18th century British

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NATHANIEL HOOKE ( HISTORIAN ) Died 1763

Was the eldest son of John Hooke, serjeant-at-law, and nephew of Nathaniel Hooke the Jacobite soldier.
The canvas in very good original condition and the frame is original and has been re-gilded due to distress and wear.
ABOUT THE ARTIST : Bartholomew Dandridge (1691 – c1755) studied at Sir Godfrey Kneller's academy of painting and later attended the St Martin's Lane Academy following its foundation in 1720 by John Vanderbank and Louis Cheron.

For more than four decades he ran a successful and fashionable portrait practice in London the highlight of his career was in 1732 when he was commissioned by Lord Barington to paint Frederick, Prince of Wales, on horseback.
In 1731, Dandridge acquired the London studio and house of Sir Godfrey Kneller.
Dimensions
External Height 116.00 cm (45.67 inches)
External Width 95.00 cm (37.40 inches)
External Depth 12.70 cm (5.00 inches)
Stock Code
0673
Medium
Oil on Canvas
Signed/Inscribed
Signature Left Bottom Corner
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