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Shine, Mister?, Oil On Canvas by John George Brown (1831-1913, England)

Shine, Mister?, Oil On Canvas by John George Brown (1831-1913, England)

"The Juggler" (1882), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Signed and dated 'J.G. Brown. N.A./1882', (lower left), Oil on canvas, 23 3/4 x 17 in. (60.3 x 43.2 cm.), Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York, Anderson Bouchell, by 1968, Private collection, CHRISTIE'S The Art People.

"The Juggler" (1882), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Signed and dated 'J.G. Brown. N.A./1882', (lower left), Oil on canvas, 23 3/4 x 17 in. (60.3 x 43.2 cm.), Kennedy Galleries, Inc., New York, Anderson Bouchell, by 1968, Private collection, CHRISTIE'S The Art People.

"A Street Musician" (1879), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Oil on canvas.

"A Street Musician" (1879), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Oil on canvas.

'Plotting Mischief', Oil On Canvas by John George Brown (1831-1913, United Kingdom)

'Plotting Mischief', Oil On Canvas by John George Brown (1831-1913, United Kingdom)

"Great Risk for Small Gains" (1878), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 50.8 cm. (30 x 20 in.), Private collection.

"Great Risk for Small Gains" (1878), by English-born American artist - John George Brown (1831-1913), Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 50.8 cm. (30 x 20 in.), Private collection.

Young Girl :: John George Brown - Portraits of young girls in art and painting

Young Girl :: John George Brown - Portraits of young girls in art and painting

"Best Friends" -- by John George Brown (1831 – 1913, English-born American)

"Best Friends" -- by John George Brown (1831 – 1913, English-born American)

Portrait of the Hon. John Cust, later 1st Earl Brownlow (1779-1853) on the right,  and the Hon. Henry Cust (1780-1861) by John Hoppner, RA, (1758-1810),1795, in the Breakfast Room at Belton House.

Portrait of the Hon. John Cust, later 1st Earl Brownlow (1779-1853) on the right, and the Hon. Henry Cust (1780-1861) by John Hoppner, RA, (1758-1810),1795, in the Breakfast Room at Belton House.