Two Victorian portrait miniatures of Mrs. R.J. Maxwell and Miss R.T. Maxwell, watercolour painted on ivory
The portrait of Mrs. Maxwell is reputed to have been painted close to her wedding day in 1830. The portrait of her daughter was painted some 12/14 years later. It is interesting to compare and contrast these two portraits which show Easton moving from an almost single toned palette, to one for which he as so praised being full of colour and brightness.
|Medium||watercolour on ivory,|
|Signed||Signed and dated 1840,|
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