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Continental School, 18th century, oil on canvas painting of lady holding a white spaniel dog. Subject is attired in a lace cap, a turquoise dress with bow and large lace collar, ermine lined jacket and lace sleeves. A red cardinal rests on her shoulder, her hand is on her chin and her elbow rests on tassel trimmed pillow placed on table. Unsigned. Heavily carved late 19th century gilt frame with inner oval liner. Oval sight – 26-1/2" H x 21-1/8" W. Canvas – 29-1/4" H x 22-1/8" W. Framed – 38-1/2" H x 33-1/2" W x 4" D. Provenance: The Estate of Paul Frayer, Morristown, TN. CONDITION: Overall craquelure. Cleaned, old varnish visible out of frame. Blacklight reveals areas of inpainting on left side lower cheek and jawline, nose, and some scattered areas to background.