SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE

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Born in Youghal Roch the son of Luke was born deaf and dumb. He showed an aptitude for art and was sent to Dublin to study the works of painters. He was a good artist.

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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
A miniature portrait of Adam Douglas
with plaited hair border, the reverse with sitter's initials AD and the number 44 in gold numerals Sampson the son of William and Mary Roch of Y...
£2600
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
A portrait of a young Lady with papillon
An attractive portrait of a young Lady wearing a white dress and gold stole, a rope of pearls in her upswept hair, she holds a black and white and ...
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
A superb portrait miniature of an unknown Major General
Wearing red coat with blue facings and epaulette Roch was born deaf and dumb, but fortunately showed an aptitude for art and was sent to Dublin ...
£5500
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
An officer with powdered hair en queue, circa 1785
Wearing a scarlet uniform with silver epaulette and silver lace, lace cravat set in the original navette shaped gold frame with navette shaped gol...
£980
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
An unknown young Lady
A young Lady wearing white dress and fur edged lilac coloured shawl over her right shoulder Set in the original gold frame the reverse with lock...
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
Montague Bere Baker Bere (b. circa 1733 -1804)
Set in the original gold frame, the rverse with oval aperture to reveal locks of blonde hair Montague Bere Baker Bere of Rill House, Morebath...
£600
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SAMPSON TOWGOOD ROCHE (1759-1847)
Three portrait miniatures of a young Girl and two brothers
She wearing white dress with purple waistband, the boys wearing blue jackets mounted together in black rectangular papier-mâché frame J.T. M...
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