Lady Charlotte Lindsay - Fine Early 19th Century Pen and Ink Drawing, Landscape
DescriptionLady Charlotte Lindsay - Fine Original Early 19th Century Pen and Ink Drawing. Classical Landscape with Ruins and Figures. Unsigned. On wove. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration, surface creases and some very minor foxing spots. Lady Charlotte Lindsay was the sister of the Earl of Guilford. She was brought up Wroxton Abbey, Oxfordshire. Wroxton Abbey was built in the 17th century on the remains of a 13th century abbey. It was long the home of the Lords North - later Earls of Guilford.
11 x 15cm (4.3" x 5.9")Sheet: 15.5 x 18cm (6.1" x 7.1")
From a series of albums belonging to Lady Charlotte Lindsay (1773-1849) dated around early 19th century. They comprise English, French and Italian landscapes, including sketches from continental tours of 1809, 1814, 1821, 1823 and 1825/6, many inscribed. English subjects in the albums include Wroxton Abbey, Broughton Castle, Old Gatehouse, Great Malvern, and Beauport.
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|Artist||Lady Charlotte Lindsay|
|Date||Early 19th Century|
|Dimensions||11 x 15cm|
|Medium||Pen and Ink|
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