SAMUEL JOHN STUMP

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American-born, Samuel Stump studied at the Royal Academy Schools before working in Brighton and London. He exhibited widely between 1802 and 1849. Many of his sitters were associated with the theatre.

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SAMUEL JOHN STUMP (1778-1863)
A young lady known as Mrs. Christine Hodgson
with auburn hair, white dress and pink shawl, drop pearl earrings gilt-metal frame with watch top hanger and sitter's details on the reverse
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SAMUEL JOHN STUMP (1778-1863)
Actress Sarah Smith, Mrs. Bartley (1783-1850)
Standing before a column draped with red cloth, beside a white casket. Stump's portraits of stage celebrities, some of them in character, were n...
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SAMUEL JOHN STUMP (1778-1863)
Samuel John Stump c1840
A young lady wearing a low cut blue dress, the neckline edged in lace, she wears a ruby pendant suspended from a strand of pearls. Her auburn hair ...
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Cynthia Walmsley