A Gentleman called Mr. Bonham and his son Harry
A Gentleman called Mr. Bonham and his son Harry
A Gentleman called Mr. Bonham and his son Harry

THOMAS REDMOND (c.1745-1785)

A Gentleman called Mr. Bonham and his son Harry

c. 1765 United Kingdom

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the elder wearing mole coloured coat and matching waistcoat, bag wig; the son in blue trimmed lilac coat
mounted together in papier-mâché rectangular frame

Redmond was apprenticed to a house painter at Bristol. He went to London where he exhibited at the Society and Free Society of Artists, 1762-1771 and at the R.A. 1775-1783. He moved to Bath in 1782 where he died three years later.
Minor felck of paint loss to purple coat at border at 7 o'clock
Comerford Collection at the Irish Architectural Archives in Dublin, in 2009
The Comerford Collection: Portrait Miniatures, (Dublin, privately published, 2009) pp 9, 42 (#165).
Dimensions
Height 4.20 cm (1.65 inches)
Stock Code
4656
Medium
watercolour on ivory
Signed/Inscribed
the latter signed with initials
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