Group in white; girl swinging between tree-stumps.
By 1924, probably Alfred Hutton, London. Stoner & Evans, dealer, London [see note 1]; By 1930, Frank Stoner, Stoner & Evans, sold to Richard C. Paine, Boston [see note 2]; 1953, gift of Richard C. Paine. (Accession date: June 16, 1953) NOTES:  See letter from Frank Stoner, June 14, 1932, in museum file.  According to museum files, Richard C. Paine first gave the figure to the MFA in 1930. Following a return to him and the dealer Frank Stoner, in order to review the figure's production, Richard C. Paine made a gift of the figure to the MFA again in 1953.
Gift of Richard C. Paine
English (London), About 1749–59
- Made at Charles Gouyn's Factory, St. James's, London, 1749–1759
- Formerly known as Girl-in-a-Swing Manufactory
Overall: 15.2 x 17.8 x 12.7 cm (6 x 7 x 5 in.)
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