ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS HEATHFIELD CARRICK (BRITISH 1802-1875)
Portrait miniature of a Gentleman, with dark brown hair, wearing a brown coat, olive waistcoat, white shirt with black cravat and a flower in his buttonhole, streetscape background, watercolour on marble
oval, 124mm high, card mount, rectangular gilt-wood frame
FOOTNOTES: Carrick received a medal from the Prince Consort in 1845 for inventing a method of painting on marble. He was friendly with several members of the literary world including Dickens, Wordsworth and Longfellow.