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Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard

  • Also Known As: Ralph Izard and Alice Delancey Izard
  • Type: Painting

Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard is a painting by John Singleton Copley. Painted in Rome, the monumental oil on canvas depicts the Izards as connoisseurs on the Grand Tour. The Izards left Rome in late 1775 before the their portrait was completed and returned to London before moving on to Paris. Copley completed the painting and brought it to London, possibly exhibiting the work at the Royal Academy, London, in 1776, titled A Conversation. In 1824, Copley's widow, Susanna Farnham (nee Clarke), sold the portrait to the sitters' grandson, Dr Gabriel Manigault (1788-1834) of Charleson, South Carolina. - AsNotedIn




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Y/M/D Association Description Place Locale Food Event
1775/03/00 John Singleton Copley Painter John Singleton Copley paints "Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard" in Rome, Italy. The Izard's Grand Tour
1775/03/00 Ralph Izard Sitter John Singleton Copley paints "Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard" in Rome, Italy. The Izard's Grand Tour
1824/00/00 Susanna Farnham, relic of John Copley, sells the portrait of "Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard" to Dr Gabriel Manigault of Charleson, South Carolina.

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Particulars for Mr and Mrs Ralph Izard:
Art Attribute American Art
Art Medium Canvas
Art Medium Oil
Art Type Painting art of using colored substance to create a picture
Fine Arts Portrait




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