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Study for the 'Death of Lord Chatham'; Lord Chatham seated on a bench surrounded by other figures supporting him
Black and white chalk on blue paper
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Height: 260 millimetres
Width: 316 millimetres
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- See Jules Prown, 'John Singleton Copley', 1966, Vol II, fig 401. This drawing is a study for the oil sketch in the National Gallery of Art in Washington and for the painting now in the National Portrait Gallery, London.
Another study for The Death of the Earl of Chatham , also previously owned by Lyndhurst and Jupp, was sold at Christie's, 12.xi.1968/28.
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- 1913,0528.1 to 78 are drawings by British artists extracted from an extra-illustrated set of Royal Academy catalogues formed by E B Jupp in the mid-XIXc and broken up c.1913. The drawings are listed in Jupp's privately printed 'Descriptive list of original drawings, autograph letters and portraits, illustrating the catalogues of the Royal Academy of Arts' of 1866. Another set of extra-illustrated catalogues (or possibly the remainder of this set) formed by Jupp is now in the library of the Royal Academy.
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