Commander Frederick Greville Egerton, RN (1869 – 1899), The Hon. Francis Egerton, RN (1824-1895), and Lady Louisa Caroline Cavendish, Lady Egerton (1835-1907)

after William Carter (Swaffam 1863 – Swaffam 1939)
National Trust Inventory Number 1129243

Category Paintings
Date Unknown
Materials Oil on paper
Measurements
Place of origin
Collection Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire, Midlands, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting/miniature on paper, Commander Frederick Greville Egerton, RN (1869 – 1899), The Hon. Francis Egerton, RN (1824-1895), and Lady Louisa Caroline Cavendish, Lady Egerton (1835-1907), after William Carter (Swaffam 1863 – Swaffam 1939). Three portraits in a single frame. The bearded figure of Admiral the Hon. F. Egerton is framed in an oval, as also is that of his wife Lady Louisa Egerton, daughter of the 7th Duke of Devonshire. The central figure, in a rectangular frame, is that of their son, Commander Francis (Fritz) Egerton.

Marks and inscriptions

from left to right Admiral the Hon. F. Egerton; Commander F. Egerton; Lady Louisa Egerton.

Makers and roles

after William Carter (Swaffam 1863 – Swaffam 1939), artist

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Maker William Carter (Swaffam 1863 – Swaffam 1939) (4)
Subjects Commander Frederick Greville Egerton, R.N. (1869 – 1899) (0)
The Hon. Francis Egerton, RN (1824-1895) (1)
Lady Louisa Caroline Cavendish, Lady Egerton (1835-1907) (1)
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