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A Catalogue Of The Remaining Pictures And Unfinished Sketches Of Sir Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A., Deceased; Comprising among others the celebrated picture of Satan summoning his Legions; a splendid original Portrait of George the Fourth in his Coronation Robes; the original Drawing of the Princess Charlotte; a Miniature of the same; a Portrait of George the Fourth, in oils, and another in chalk; George the Third and his Queen, early pictures; and numerous fancy Subjects and Portraits unfinished; excellent copies of the Portraits of the Pope, the Cardinal Consalvi, and the Emperor of Austria, in the King's Collection; two of the Prophets, and two of the Sibyls, copied from those of M. Angelo in the Sistine Chapel, by Bewick, the size of the Originals; Famine, a Cartoon, in black chalk, by Overbecke, &c. &c. Also, The Celbrated Portrait Of Sir Thomas Lawrence, Painted By Himself: Which will be Sold by Auction, By Messrs. Christie & Manson, At Their Great Room, King Street, St. James's Square, On Saturday, June the 18th, 1831, Precisely At One O'Clock. - May be viewed two Days preceding, and Catalogues had at Messrs. Christie & Manson's Office, King Street, St. James's Square.

Christie's (London)

RA Collection: Book

Record number




[London:: Christie and Manson, 1831.]

Physical Description

8 p.; 255 mm. (Quarto.)


[T.p.] - Conditions Of Sale - [Catalogue].

Summary Note

The Catalogue lists 157 items.

Copy Note

Interleaved throughout with ruled sheets, but not annotated.

Binding Note

19th-century calf; rebacked in 20th century retaining earlier spine-piece and red and green morocco spine labels lettered 'Lawrence's Pictures Drawings Prints Casts &c.' and '1830.' Bound with eight others.

Name as Subject


Paintings, European - Portraits - Europe - History
Collections - Auctions - Great Britian - 19th century
Sales catalogues - Auction catalogues - Great Britain - London - 19th century