Gentlemen Artists at their Studies
- Additional Title(s):
Caricatures of Sir George Beaumont and Mr. Bowles
- Graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper
- Sheet: 8 3/8 × 14 1/4 inches (21.3 × 36.2 cm)
Inscribed in pen and brown ink, upper left to center left: "That Artist sure can never fail, Whose lip is longer than his tail. | For fame that Artist bids most fair, Whose eye brows run into his hair."; in graphite, lower left: "Caricatures of Sir G. Beaumont | & Mr. Bowles, in the painting room | at North Aston (the Bowles seat)"; in pen and brown ink, lower right: "Gentelemen Artists at their studies"; inscribed on verso in graphite, lower center: "D 1426/ Sir George Beaumont 1753-1827 | Watermark 1795 | See inscription overleaf | LGD"
Watermark: "GR | 1795"; collector's mark, verso: Paul Mellon
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
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Sir George Howland Beaumont seventh Baronet, 1753–1827, British, Gentlemen Artists at their Studies, undated
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