Harriott Manningham, Mrs Charles Yorke (d.1854)

Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753 - Paris 1809)
National Trust Inventory Number 207767

Category Paintings
Date 1793 (inscribed on reverse)
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 737 x 610 mm (29 x 24 in)
Place of origin England
Collection Wimpole, Cambridgeshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Wimpole, Cambridgeshire, East of England, National Trust

The sitter was the daughter of Charles Manningham, who in 1790 married Charles Philip Yorke, but bore him no children. This was painted while Danloux was a refugee in England from the French Revolution.

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas. Harriott Manningham, Mrs Charles Yorke (d.1854) by Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753 - Paris 1809), inscribed on old label on back: painted by Danloux circa AD 1793 aetat. 30. Half-length portrait of a young woman, with a white head-dress, powdered hair, white dress, black and blue sash. The sitter was the daughter of Charles Manningham, and in 1790 married Charles Philip Yorke, but had no issue. Painted while Danloux was a refugee in England from the French Revolution.

Provenance

Greville Douglas collection, sold by executors of his widow Lady Margaret Douglas, sotheby's 3 July 1940 (via William Permain), lot 115 for £30; bought by Captain Bambridge in 1940; bequeathed to the National Trust by Mrs Elsie Bambridge (1896-1976)

Credit line

Wimpole Hall, The Bambridge Collection (National Trust)

Makers and roles

Henri-Pierre Danloux (Paris 1753 - Paris 1809), artist

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Subjects Harriott Manningham, Mrs Charles Yorke (d.1854) (1)
Object Type Oil painting (12864)

Record Status

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