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Charles Jervas

Charles Jervas Portrait of Charles Boyle oil painting on canvas
Portrait of Charles Boyle
Painting ID::  82926
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Charles Jervas Portrait of Charles Boyle oil painting on canvas



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  Charles Jervas
  Charles Jervas (c. 1675 - 1739) was an Irish portrait painter, translator, and art collector of the early 18th century. Born in County Offaly,Ireland around 1675, the son of John Jervas and Elizabeth, daughter of Captain John Baldwin of Shinrone Castle & Corolanty, High Sheriff of County Offaly. Jervas studied in London, England as an assistant under Sir Godfrey Kneller between 1694 and 1695. After selling a series of small copies of the Raphael Cartoons circa 1698 to Dr. George Clarke of All Souls College, Oxford, the following year he travelled to Paris and Rome (while financially supported by Clarke and others) remaining there for most of the decade before returning to London in 1709 where he found success as a portrait painter.
  Portrait of Charles Boyle
  1707(1707) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 124.5 x 102.9 cm (49 x 40.5 in) cyf

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