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Two Collections of Miniatures in Fine Paintings Auction

Posted on Daniel Goddard's Blog

The coronation of King Charles II took place in 1661, but not before, as Prince of Wales , the king had been chased around Cornwall , Ireland , France , Holland and the Channel Islands often with Cromwell hot on his heels.

 

 

 

 David des Grandes (FS21/321)

 

This 17th century miniature (FS21/321) painted by David des Grandes for the Royalists supporters of The Throne shows the young prince wearing a blue sash and The Order of The Garter. The miniature, which is one of a private collection of 11 miniatures, has an estimate of £2,000-£3,000.

 

From a different collection of miniatures is this charming 19th century example of a girl called Beatrice holding a pink rose (FS21/326).

 

 

 

 Beatrice holding a pink rose (FS21/326).

 

At just 3.3cm, it is fitted with a clasp for a choker and has an estimate of £400-£600.



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This article was originally published on Daniel Goddard's Blog on Wed, 15 Jan 2014 08:28:07 GMT.

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Daniel Goddard BA(Hons) ASFAVDaniel Goddard BA(Hons) ASFAV

Daniel Goddard is a Director of Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood. He is also Head of the Picture Department.

Daniel Goddard was educated at The Kings Grammar School, Ottery St Mary and The Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst. He was commissioned in 1982 serving in Northern Ireland, The Falklands and Canada and in the 1990s completed an Open University degree in Art History and Humanities.

In 1988, he worked in Australia, Hong Kong and New Zealand and attended The Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. On his return to East Devon, Daniel joined Lawrences in Crewkerne as a saleroom porter and progressed to valuation and rostrum work.

In 1996, Daniel joined Bearne's in Torquay to head the Works of Art Department and transferred to Head of the Picture Department in 2000. He continues to run this busy department in the merged firm of Bearnes Hampton & Littlewood.

Daniel Goddard has been a director of the firm since 1999 and is an experienced valuer and auctioneer with a good broad range of knowledge and specialist expertise in paintings. He was responsible for the organisation and cataloguing of the two major sales of paintings by Robert Lenkiewicz (1941-2002), which raised in excess of £3 million.


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