Rosa Louisa Bastard, Mrs Edmund George Bankes (1827-1878)

Henry Weigall (London 1829 - Ramsgate 1925)
National Trust Inventory Number 1257061

Category Art / Oil paintings
Date 1865 (monogrammed and dated)
Materials Oil on canvas (oval)
Measurements 686 x 559 mm (27 x 22 in)
Place of origin England
Collection Kingston Lacy Estate, Dorset (Accredited Museum)
On show at Kingston Lacy Estate, Dorset, South West, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Rosa Louisa Bastard, Mrs Edmund George Bankes (1827-1878) by Henry Weigall (1829-1925), signed and dated HW (monogram) 1865. A half-length oval portrait, turned to right, head turned almost three-quarters to right, hair has a centre parting and drawn back showing the right ear with a drop-earring of beads, wearing a double necklace of the same beads with a crucifix suspended from the smaller necklace. Rose married in 1848 and was the daughter of Percival Bastard of Stourpaine.


by descent until bequeathed by (Henry John) Ralph Bankes (1902 – 1981) to the National Trust, together with the estates of Corfe Castle and Kingston Lacy and its entire contents in 1981

Marks and inscriptions

MRS (EDMUND) BABKES / H. WEIGALL (painted in black on fixed gilt label, centred under image)

Makers and roles

Henry Weigall (London 1829 - Ramsgate 1925), artist

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Periods 19th century (174414)
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