Autograph Letter Signed, wishing to discuss terms for making a Lithographic Print from one of his portraits, “a half length sitting figure, the costume dark, a plain background with a paper or two & a book on the table”. 2 pp. 7 x 4½ inches, fine. 18 Harley Street, Wednesday, undated. Frederick Richard Say (1804 – 1868) was a notable society portrait painter in London between about 1830 and 1860, undertaking commissions for portraits of many famous and important figures such as Earl Grey, Sir Robert Peel, the Duke of Wellington and the Royal family.