Baraset House Fine Art offers a collection of Paintings spanning centuries, styles and countries. We are specialists in Old Masters paintings from the 16th to 18th century, with a focus on Important Historical Portraiture, Provenance & the History of our Sitters.
We offer a fine selection of 19th century works of art, Early Scottish Impressionists, Female Masterworks & Twentieth Century works, with particular focus on Exhibition History & Important Provenance.
The Stocking-Mender, circa 1868
Of Royal Interest - from the Collection of Queen Victoria
Exhibited at The Berlin Academy of Arts (1868) as Stumpfstopferin where purchased by Victoria, Crown Princess of Prussia who gifted the painting to her mother, Queen Victoria, for Christmas 1868, Osborne House, Isle of Wight.
John da Costa
Portrait of Emilia Francis Strong,
Lady Dilke (1840-1904), 1895
Celebrated Author, Art Historian, Women's Rights Activist & Founder of the Women's Trade Union League
Exhibited at John da Costa: A Memorial Exhibition (1974), Leighton House , no.1.
Formerly in the collection of Womens Rights Activist Miss Gertrude Tuckwell, first female JP of London
Formerly in the Collection of the Chelsea Public Library.
John Thomas Seton
in Van Dyck dress holding a porte-crayon, circa 1775
In 1776, Seton travelled to Calcutta, where he established a flourishing practice. He received commissions to paint portraits from the upper echelons of the British East India Company in Bengal, including Warren Hastings, Lieutenant-General Sir Eyre Coote, Chief Justice Sir Roberts Chambers, surgeon Ninian Lowis, and Maratha Empire statesman Nana Fadnavis.
James Eckford Lauder, RSA
The Jewel Casket
scene from La Duenna, circa 1850
Exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy (1850) no.114.
Portrait of a Maja
half-length wearing a black taffeta mantilla
trimmed with scarlet fringes
Victor Joseph Chavet
The Artist in his Studio
l'artiste dans l'atelier
full-length seated at an easel
with palette and brush in hand
Exhibited at The French Exhibition (London, 1861) no.21.
William Stewart MacGeorge, RSA
Bark Peeling, 1889
Exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy (1889) no.72
The Dark Rolling Dee, 1899
Exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute of Art (1899) no.451
Exhibited at The Carnegie Institute of Art (1899) no.162
Exhibited at The Whitechapel Gallery Exhbition (1912) no.16
A Cool Retreat, circa 1895
Sir Frank Brangwyn, ARA
After Trafalgar, 1911
Illustration for Robert Southey's Life of Nelson published by Gibbings & Co. (1911)
Frontispiece illustration for William Whall's Romance of Navigation published by S Low Marston & Co. (1925)