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Black, red, and white chalk on tan laid paper
Founders Society Purchase, Octavia W. Bates Fund
Prints, Drawings & Photographs
Inscribed, in red chalk, verso, upper left, in two distinct hands: Phoebe Hoppner
Inscribed, in pencil, verso, lower right: E.2798 [in circle]
(E. Parsons and Sons, London, England);
1934-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Italian, French, English, and Spanish Drawings and Watercolors: Sixteenth Through Eighteenth Centuries. New York, 1992, pp. 248-249, no. 118, p. 158 (pl. xxx).
John Hoppner, A Lady Seated in a Chair, between 1790 and 1792, black, red, and white chalk on tan laid paper. Detroit Institute of Arts, Founders Society Purchase, Octavia W. Bates Fund, 34.114.A.
Hans Sebald Beham
Gordon W. Lloyd