Joshua Reynolds

Lady Smith and Her Children



Joshua Reynolds - Lady Smith and Her Children

Literature

Katharine Baetjer, British paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1575-1875, New York; New Haven and London, 2009, nr. 34


Provenance

Sir Robert Smith, 5th Baronet, until died 1802
his son, Sir George Henry Smyth, 6th Baronet, Berechurch Hall, Colchester, Essex, 1802–died 1852
his grandson, Thomas George Graham White, Berechurch Hall and Wethersfield, 1852–78
posthumous sale, Christie's, London, 23 March 1878, nr. 40, to Graves
with Henry Graves, London, from 1878, sold to Stirling-Crawfurd
William Stuart Stirling-Crawfurd, London and Milton, by 1882–died 1883
his widow, Caroline Agnes, dowager Duchess of Montrose, 1883–died 1894
her sale, Christie's, London, 14 July 1894, nr. 30, withdrawn
her estate sale, Christie's, London, 4 May 1895, nr. 80, to M. Colnaghi
with Martin Colnaghi, London, 1895
with Sedelmeyer, Paris, from 1895, sold to Huntington
Collis P. Huntington, New York, until died 1900
life interest to his widow, Arabella D. Huntington, later (from 1913) Mrs. Henry E. Huntington, 1900–died 1924
life interest to their son, Archer Milton Huntington, 1924–terminated in 1925

External links

Metropolitan Museum of Art Accession number 25.110.10

Other works by Joshua Reynolds


Joshua Reynolds and workshop Georgiana Augusta Frederica Elliott
Georgiana Augusta Frederica Elliott

Joshua Reynolds Garrick between Comedy and Tragedy
Garrick between Comedy and Tragedy
1761

Joshua Reynolds Mr. James Bourdieu
Mr. James Bourdieu
1765

Joshua Reynolds Mrs. Horton
Mrs. Horton

Joshua Reynolds
Lady Smith and Her Children
1787
140.7 x 112.1 cm
Oil on canvas
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Bequest of Collis P. Huntington, 1900