A Pair of Watercolours C1825
Item Stock Code B5901 
Item Description "Elizabeth Ann Maxwell, afterwards Mrs Henry Tritton of Beddington Surrey" and her two brothers Charles & Henry Maxwell" - inscribed verso, circa 1825.

Elizabeth Anne, daughter of the Reverend Patrick Maxwell, was born in 1817, and therefore about 8 years old in this picture.  She married Tritton II (1815-1877) a partner in Barclay Bevan Bening & Tritton - now Barclays Bank, and bore him 10 children.  They lived at Ewell House, Epsom.  Original Frame.

H  33 cm
W 38 cm
D 4 cm

A Maxwell daughter, possibly Elizabeth Anne, with her kitten, watercolour heightened with chalk, probably aged (8?) and therefore dating to 1825.  Companion portrait to w/c, Elizabeth and her brothers.

Sold as a pair

Framed by Samuel Dixon of Gt Portland Street (1820-1839) labelled  - would restore well  (original watergilding under later gold paint)

H 29 cm
W 25 cm
D 4 cm

The photographs do not show the true colours of the paintings
 
Dimensions 33cm (13.0") - High
38cm (15.0") - Wide
4cm (1.6") - Deep  
Price £750 / $1,159 / €1,050   (conversion amounts are approximate)
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