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Theodosia Hawkins-Magill, Countess of Clanwilliam (1743 - 1817) with her Son, Richard, Lord Gilford, later 2nd Earl of Clanwilliam (1766 -1805)

attributed to Strickland Lowry (Whitehaven 1737 - Worcester c.1785). Oil painting on canvas, Theodosia Hawkins-Magill, Countess of Clanwilliam (1743 -

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Theodosia Hawkins-Magill Countess of Clanwilliam - with her Son Richard Lord Gilford later nd Earl...
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USB1161390
Titre
Theodosia Hawkins-Magill, Countess of Clanwilliam (1743 - 1817) with her Son, Richard, Lord Gilford, later 2nd Earl of Clanwilliam (1766 -1805)
Artiste
Lowry, Strickland (1737-c.85) (attr.to) / English
Lieu de conservation
Castle Ward, County Down, Northern Ireland
Technique
oil on canvas
Dimensions
142.2x91.4 cms
Description
attributed to Strickland Lowry (Whitehaven 1737 - Worcester c.1785). Oil painting on canvas, Theodosia Hawkins-Magill, Countess of Clanwilliam (1743 - 1817) with her Son, Richard, Lord Gilford, later 2nd Earl of Clanwilliam(1766 - 1805), attributed to Strickland Lowry (Whitehaven 1737 - Worcester c.1785), circa 1772. A three-quarter-length portrait of the daughter of Robert Hawkins-Magill of Co. Down and Lady Anne Bligh, and wife of John Meade who was created Viscount Clanwilliam and Lord Gilford in 1766 and Earl of Clanwilliam in 1776, reading an illustrated edition of 'Don Quixote' to her young son who succeeded his father in 1800. Her mother married secondly 1st Viscount Bangor. Castle Ward, County Down (Accredited Museum)
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National Trust Photographic Library / Bridgeman Images
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