Portrait Miniatures from Barry Hayes

 Fine portrait miniatures

Welcome to my website of beautiful Portrait Miniatures - like you, I am passionate about miniatures
- they express eternity, desire and love.  Scroll down and click on any miniature for a larger image.



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If you require more information email me at barryhayes30@virginmedia.com

I only have delighted customers - if you are not fully satisfied with your purchase I refund your money - "dictum meum pactum".

   My portrait miniatures are only available from my website.

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Site updated 3rd October 2021

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Beautiful and very fashionable young Lady.
c1900.  Watercolour.  Size: 90mm x 65mm.
Gilt-metal frame.
Please ignore camera reflection on her dress.

£950




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Gerald Sinclair Hayward 1845-1926.
A young lady wearing a white gown.
Signed:  'Gerald S Hayward' to obverse.  c1895.
Sitter:  Mary Rutherford Morris - grand-daughter of Governor Morris.
Watercolour.  Size:  64mm x 53mm.
Gilt-metal frame.
See page 214 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Gerald exhibited 1879-1883 RA.

  £1200







2a

 
Page 214 - 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.







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Miss Mary Josephine Gibson 1855-1934.
A beautiful young lady wearing a white dress
Signed: M J Gibson 1892' to obverse.
Reverse of blue enamel frame engraved with sitter's name -
  'Constance Lloyd 1892'.
Original gold frame. Watercolour.  Oval, 86mm high.
See page 72 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Mary exhibited 1885-1924 RA, RMS.

£1250






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Reverse of blue enamel frame engraved -
 'Constance Lloyd 1892'.







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Beautiful Georgian lady wearing a white dress and pearl necklace.
Her hair attractively curled.
Watercolour.  Oval, 75mm high.  c1820.
Ignore light reflection to top of miniature.
The background is a more subdued colour.

£750








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  J T Mitchell fl. 1798-1830.
A young lady wearing a white dress and blue shawl.
Signed to obverse; 'J T Mitchell 1807'
Watercolour.  Solid back gilt-metal frame.
Oval, 80mm high.
See page 601 'Miniatures Dictionary and Guide'
- Daphne Foskett.

£850





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Beautiful young Georgian lady wearing a white dress and head band.
  Possibly by N Freese.
c1810.
Watercolour.  Oval, 70mm high.
Gilt-metal locket frame.

£850


 









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Jean Daniel Beyer 1785-1846.
Beautiful young lady wearing a brown dress with lace collar.
Signed:  'Beyer and dated 1839'.
Watercolour.  Oval, 100mm high.
Gilt-metal frame.

£1150


 








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 Miss Mary Josephine Gibson 1855-1934.
The beautiful sitter is Mrs Arthur Young, wearing a white dress
 with marabou trim to her decollage, her brown hair curled and upswept.
Signed on the obverse and dated - 'M J Gibson 1891'.
The rim to the reverse engraved 'Mrs Arthur Young - March 1891'.
Gold frame.  Watercolour.  Oval, 90mm high.
See page 72 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Mary exhibited 1885-1924 RA, RMS.

£950







8a


 The rim to the reverse of the gold frame engraved
 'Mrs Arthur Young - March 1891'.







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A young lady wearing a pink dress.
c1890.  Watercolour on card.
Gilt-metal frame.  Oval, 80mm high.

£95
 









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Miss Ethell Jenner Rosenberg.
  Stunning, beautiful and fashionable young lady.
Signed to obverse:  'E J R 1895'.
Watercolour on card.  Oval, 97mm high.
Gilt-metal frame.
The background is a slightly darker shade of green
on the miniature.
See page 138 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Ethell exhibited 1883-1909 RA, RMS, SM.

£500

 








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A beautiful young lady wearing a green dress.
Her blonde hair upswept in the fashion of the time.
Signed to the left edge 'Dickinson'.  c1900.
Watercolour.  Oval, 70mm high.
Gilt-metal pendant frame mounted into a fitted
red velvet case with easel stand to back.
See 4a and 4b below

£550


 








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Miniature in right hand section of red velvet case.


 








11b

 
Detail of velvet case.
Ignore colour on left section, the true colour
is on the right section and in 4a - above.


 








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 Noel Carter (fl. 1823-1833)
A delightful miniature of a young boy holding a drum stick.
Signed on the back of actual miniature:  'Noel Carter'
Good quality gold frame.  Watercolour.  Oval, 75mm high.
Exhibited 1823-1833 RA.
Foskett - 'Miniatures Dictionary and Guide' states that
Carter's 'work shows a strong French influence'

  £950







12a


 Reverse of above.







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Attributed to Miss Emma Eleonora Kendrick c. 1788-1871.
A beautiful young lady wearing a white dress and pink shawl.
Watercolour.  Gilt-metal frame.  Size 90mm x 65mm.
See page 581 'Miniatures - Dictionary and Guide' Daphne Foskett.
Emma exhibited at the Royal Academy 1811-1840.

£550








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Wilson H. G. Crutwell.
Beautiful young lady named 'Jessica'.
Signed:  'WHGC' to obverse.  c1900.
Original frame.  Watercolour.  Oval, 75mm high.
See page 51 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Wilson exhibited 1907-1915 RA.

£550







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Lady Eva Rivett-Carnac 1870-1989.
A lovely miniature of a confident and successful young lady.
The sitter is actress and stage star Marie Lohr.  c1900.
Google for more images and her career.
Signed: 'E.R.C' to obverse.
Original frame.  Watercolour.  Oval, 63mm high.
See page 136 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Eva exhibited 1880-1918 RA.

£750







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A young boy wearing a blue costume - circa 1830.
Watercolour.  Gold plated frame.  Oval, 40mm high.
The frame has a pierced scrollwork boarder
which is engraved, it has a brooch arm and clasp to the reverse.

£525








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 Pauline Netterville.
A young lady wearing a blue bandeau - c1900.
Signed:  P Netterville to obverse.
Watercolour.  Gilt-metal frame.
Oval, 80mm high.

£425







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 Beautiful Edwardian young lady wearing a
turquoise dress with a red rose at her corsage and pearls.
Signed with monogram.  c1900.
Watercolour.  Oval, 70mm high.
Original gilt-metal frame.

£425







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  Lilian Walton
This beautiful woman is Emily Walton, Lilian's mother.
Signed: LW. c1900.
A note on the reverse of the frame states that
Lilian painted the sitter from an old photograph.
Watercolour.  Oval, 80mm high.
The gilt-metal oval is set in a rectangular black wood frame
with easel reverse 155mm x 125mm.
Lilian exhibited at the Royal Academy and
Royal Scottish Academy.

£750






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  Francis Reily
A portrait miniature of a beautiful young woman
wearing a white dress and a gold necklace.
Her long hair is worn swept up.
Signed: - F.R. - Francis Reily.  c1900.
Watercolour.  Oval, 75mm high.
Original Arts & crafts frame.
Francis worked as an artist and art teacher at
Southport School of Art.  Exhibited 1884-1919 RA.
See page 135 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.

  £425





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  Miss Ethel Goodman 1877-1960.
A portrait miniature of a beautiful young woman
with a very fashionable period hairstyle - named Miss Kitty Fox.
Signed: E Goodman on the obverse.  c1900.
Watercolour.  Oval, 95mm high.  Original gilt-metal frame.
Ethel exhibited at the Constable Art Club in 1914.
See page 208 'Dictionary of Miniature Painters 1870-1970'.
Ignore camera reflection across the miniature.

£425




21a


  Reverse of above.





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  A beautiful young lady wearing a lavender tulle dress,
a pink rose to her corsage her hair loosely upswept.
c1900.  Watercolour.
Oval, 76mm high.  Gilt-metal frame.

£550
 


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A young lady with auburn hair
 wearing a white dress and lace shawl
threaded with pale blue ribbon.  c1900. 
Watercolour.  Oval, 90mm high.  
Set in a gilt-metal surround in a wood acorn frame 145 x 120mm. 

£625





23a


  Image showing miniature in acorn frame.
Ignore light reflection at top.

 








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