Interpretation of the portrait of James Wharton aka “Young Molineaux”. The original piece was made by William Daniels in 1839 and is located at the National Portrait Gallery in London (UK).
James (‘Jem’) Wharton was a boxer of Moroccan origin who achieved incredible popularity in the UK in the first half of the 19th century. He was nicknamed “Young Molineaux” due to his similarity to the boxer before his generation, Tom Molineaux (1784-1818).
Oil on paper*
*Heavy weight paper for oil painting 290g/m²
Total size : 16×25 cm / 6,3 x 9,8 in*
Painting area: 13× 16,5 cm /5,2 x 6,5 in*
Frame not included
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