Robert Child (1739-82), his wife Sarah (c.1740-1793) and their Daughter Sarah Anne (1764-93) (after Daniel Gardner)
Art / Drawings and watercolours
Pastel on paper
895 x 673 mm (35 1/4 x 26 1/2 in)
Place of origin
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Osterley Park and House, London (Accredited Museum)
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Pastel on paper, Robert Child (1739-82), his wife Sarah (c.1740-1793) and their Daughter Sarah Anne (1764-93) (after Daniel Gardner) by Margaret Battine. Three full-length portraits, he is wearing a red coat and holding a tricorn hat, standing by his horse and holding his daughter's hand, his wife is wearing a yellow dress with a blue cloak and their daughter a white dress, a dog standing at their feet, with pillars and a landscape beyond. The original painting descended in the family of Mrs Child's half sister, Miss Jodrell, until sold by Mr Stacey Clitheroe, Boston Manor on 5th July 1922.
The original of this picture descended in the family of Mrs Child's half-sister, Miss Jodrell, until sold by Colonel Stracey Clitherow, Boston Manor, 5 July 1922; on loan from the Earldom of Jersey Trust.
Osterley Park, The Jersey Collection
Makers and roles
Margaret Battine, copyist Daniel Gardner (Kendal 1750 – London 1805), artist