Artist Graham Walford Robertson: Little Girl Lost

Artist Graham Walford Robertson (1866-1948): Little Girl Lost

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Graham Walford Robertson (1866-1948):
Little Girl Lost
Framed (ref: 8014)
Oil on panel

16 x 11 in. (40.7 x 28 cm) 

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Provenance: Kerrison Preston, The Fine Art Society, Private Collection New York since the 1970's

The artist Graham Walford Robertson was the subject of one of the finest Sargent portraits:

John Singer Sargent, Graham Robertson, 1894, Tate

Graham Robertson was an author, painter and collector who bequeathed to the Tate Gallery more than twenty paintings and drawings. He was twenty-eight when he posed for this portrait together with his eleven-year-old poodle, Mouton. John Singer Sargent presents Robertson as a London dandy, wearing a fur-collared full-length coat and leaning on a jade-handled cane

Kerrison Preston who owned Little Girl lost was Robertson's Executor.