Tulips, Roses and other Flowers in a Golden Vase and in a Porcelain Bowl, and Fruit on a Pedestal
manner of Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636 – London 1699)
Oil painting on canvas, Tulips, Roses and other Flowers in a Golden Vase and in a Porcelain Bowl, and Fruit on a Pedestal, French School, manner of Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer, 1636 - 1699, circa 1700. Tulips, Roses and other flowers in a golden vase and in a porcelain bowl on a ledge, and fruit on a pedestal behind and above to the right. see also GRH/P/6 & 7).
Unlike the other pictures at Grantham House, which appear to have been collected by the Sedgwicks (with the exception, obviously, of the portraits of General Sir Brian Wyldbore-Smith and his wife) these three pictures were most probably transferred by Anne Brownlow, Lady Cust (1694 - 1779), from Belton when she moved into Grantham House as her dower-house on the death of her husband in 1734, modernised it, and - no doubt - installed these as overdoors; given to the National Trust by the Misses Winifred and Marion Sedgwick in 1944-50
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manner of Jean-Baptiste Monnoyer (Lille 1636 – London 1699), artist French School, artist Giovanni Battista Ruoppolo (1629-1693) , artist