Edward Graham, 2nd Viscount Preston (c.1679/81-1710) and his Son Charles Graham, later 3rd Viscount (1706 - 1739)

attributed to Charles d'Agar (Paris 1669 – London 1723)
National Trust Inventory Number 980569

Category Paintings
Date circa 1715
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1295 x 1321 mm
Place of origin
Collection Nunnington Hall, North Yorkshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Nunnington Hall, North Yorkshire, Yorkshire and North East, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Edward Graham, 2nd Viscount Preston (c.1679/81-1710) and his Son Charles Graham, later 3rd Viscount (1706 - 1739), attributed to Charles d'Agar (Paris 1669 – London 1723), circa 1715. A double portrait of Edward, 2nd Viscount Preston and his heir Charles seated three-quarter length in a brown jacket with a red cloak; the boy standing in a blue jacket. Both by a balustrade with an urn background right.

Provenance

Graham of Netherby; purchased at Christie's, acquired by funds raised by York and Ryedale Centres of the National Trust with contributions from the East Yorkshire Centre and various individuals, 1993

Makers and roles

attributed to Charles d'Agar (Paris 1669 – London 1723), artist

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Periods 18th century (85447)
Maker Charles d'Agar (Paris 1669 – London 1723) (21)
Subjects Edward Graham, 2nd Viscount Preston (c.1680-1709) (3)
Charles Graham, 3rd Viscount Preston (1706 - 1739) (2)
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