BERNARD LENS

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Lens was the first British artist to use ivory as a base for painting portrait miniatures.

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BERNARD LENS (1682-1740)
A charming portrait of Miss Morris
set in a gilt-metal mount The size of this miniature indicates that it was probably originally designed to be worn as a ring or stick pin. Len...
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BERNARD LENS (1682-1740)
A portrait miniature of a Noble Lady holding a portrait miniature
A fine portrait of a Lady holding a portrait miniature, a posy of flowers in her long grey hair, wearing a green dress with finely embroidered gold...
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BERNARD LENS (1682-1740)
A superb miniature portrait of a Lady
A superb portrait of a fashionable lady wearing a décolleté green dress with gold embroidered frogged bodice and white lace underslip, an orange ...
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BERNARD LENS (1682-1740)
Bernard Lens, circa 1720 Thomas Whitmore
Bernard Lens, circa 1720 Thomas Whitmore (1711-1773) resting on a mossy tree trunk with his dog beside him Signed on the obverse in monogram, in tu...
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BERNARD LENS (1682-1740)
King George I
King George I, in state robes, collar of the Order of the Garter in later moulded frame Lens was the miniature painter at the courts of kings G...
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