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November 30, 1825 – August 19, 1905. French painter.

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Here are all the paintings of Enoch Seeman 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
88880 Lady Sophia and Lady Charlotte Fermor Enoch Seeman Lady Sophia and Lady Charlotte Fermor oil on canvas 116 x 166 cm cyf
83409 Portrait of George II of Great Britain Enoch Seeman Portrait of George II of Great Britain . 1730(1730) Medium Oil cyf
84050 Portrait of John Boyle Enoch Seeman Portrait of John Boyle 1735-1745(1735-1745) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 62.9 x 50.8 cm (24.8 x 20 in) cyf
96452 Portrait of Lady Caroline Darcy Enoch Seeman Portrait of Lady Caroline Darcy before 1745(1745) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 245.1 X 153.1 cm cyf
81162 Self portrait Enoch Seeman Self portrait 1708(1708) Medium Oil on canvas cyf

Enoch Seeman
Enoch Seeman the Younger was born in Danzig, now Gdansk, Poland, around 1694. His father, also Enoch was born around 1661, and the Seeman family were painters. Having been brought to London from his home of Flanders by his father in 1704, the younger Seeman's painting career as we know it began with a group portrait of the Bisset family in the style of the portraitist Godfrey Kneller, now held at Castle Forbes in Grampian, Scotland, and dated by an inscription 1708. As a painter to the British royal court Seeman the Younger completed portraits of George I, in 1730, in the robes of his coronation and of George II some years later. The first of these pictures is held at the Middle Temple in London, England, and the second is at Windsor Castle in Berkshire, England, part of the royal collection. In 1734, Seeman painted a portrait of Jane Pratt Taylor, daughter of Lord Chief Justice John Pratt. The portrait was sent to William Byrd, II of Westover, in Virginia, where it became part of the largest colonial portrait collection of the early eighteenth-century. The painting is now part of the collection of the Virginia Historical Society. The Yale University Art Gallery owns a portrait of Elihu Yale in 1717 by Seeman and the Metropolitan Museum in New York, USA owns his rendering of Sir James Dashwood, described by the Grove Dictionary of Art as 'Exceptionally lively'. Also by Seeman the younger, Abraham Tucker in 1739 at the National Portrait Gallery in London, England, and various copies of sixteenth and seventeenth century portraits. The National Trust owns two examples of this set of his work - at Dunham Massey in Cheshire, England, a copy of a portrait of Lady Diana Cecil, and at Belton House in Lincolnshire, England, of Lady Cust and her Nine Children.
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