Mother and Son
Oil painting on panel, Mother and Son, Dutch School, early 17th century. An elderly woman, head and shoulders, in white ruff and cap and black dress. The head of a small boy, left. The awkward composition suggests it has been cut down from a larger picture.
Recorded in Red Drawing Room, around 1815 - early 19th century hanging-plans, in the Great Drawing Room: '16. Woman and Child Cornelius Jonson [between the windows on the short wall]; purchased by the National Trust from the Trustees of the late R.J. Meade-Fetherstonhaugh, Esq. in 1978
Uppark, The Fetherstonhaugh Collection (National Trust)
Makers and roles
Dutch School, artist previously catalogued as attributed to Cornelius Johnson (London 1593 - Utrecht 1661), artist