?Sarah Corry, later Mrs Galbraith Lowry-Corry (1709–1779) or ?Elizabeth Corry, later Mrs Archibald Hamilton, and, finally Mrs James Leslie (1715–1791)

Irish School
National Trust Inventory Number 227701

Category Paintings
Date circa 1730 - circa 1733
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1270 x 1016 mm (50 x 40 in)
Place of origin
Collection Castle Coole, County Fermanagh
On show at Castle Coole, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas,? Sarah Corry, later Mrs Galbraith Lowry (-Corry) (1709–1779), British (Irish) School (Anthony Lee, active 1724-1767?), circa 1730/33, inscribed, with name of sitter, circa 1900: SARAH CORRY, DIED 1779. A three-quarter length portraiy, to the left, in a landscape, wearing a white satin dress and blue cloak, pointing with her right hand.

Marks and inscriptions

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Makers and roles

Irish School, artist
previously attributed to manner of Thomas Hudson (Devonshire 1701 – Twickenham 1779), artist
previously attributed to circle of Charles Jervas (Dublin 1675 – London 1739), artist
previously attributed to circle of Stephen Slaughter (London 1697 – Kensington 1765), artist

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