Two Foster Family Miniature Portraits, Early 19th Century. A miniature portrait on ivory probably of Francis Foster dressed in a blue jacket with gold buttons mounted in a purple velvet lined case with a small watercolor portrait of a woman pinned to the inside; and a miniature portrait of Sarah Lloyd Foster wearing a white gown with a rose at her bosom, mounted in a red velvet-lined case, the portrait with an old attribution as being painted by Anne Sumner (Toffy), (portrait of Francis Foster has two vertical cracks), image ht. to 3 1/2 in.
Provenance: The Charles Foster Batchelder III estate, upstate New York, formerly of Natick, Massachusetts.
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