Possibly Edward Rice (1694-1727)
British (English) School
Oil painting on canvas, Possibly Edward Rice (1694-1727), English School, circa 1720-25. A three-quarter-length portrait, standing, wearing a maroon coat, white lace cravat, a tricorn under his left arm, holding a white glove in his left hand, a classical building in a landscape beyond.
By descent; acquired by the National Trust from Richard Charles Uryan Rhys, 9th Baron Dynevor (1935 – 2008), with the aid of the NHMF in 1997
Newton House, Dinefwr, The Dynevor Collection (National Trust)
Makers and roles
British (English) School, artist previously catalogued as attributed to Enoch Seeman the younger (Gdańsk c.1694 – London 1744), artist
Steegman 1962 John Steegman, A Survey of Portraits in Welsh Houses, Vol. II: Houses in South Wales, Cardiff 1962, , p57, no.7