Charles Jervas

Portrait of Lady Henrietta Ashburnham (1716–1732) and her half-brother, John Ashburnham (1724–1812), Viscount Saint Asaph, the future 2nd Earl of Ashburnham



Charles Jervas - Portrait of Lady Henrietta Ashburnham (1716–1732) and her half-brother, John Ashburnham (1724–1812), Viscount Saint Asaph, the future 2nd Earl of Ashburnham



Charles Jervas
Portrait of Lady Henrietta Ashburnham (1716–1732) and her half-brother, John Ashburnham (1724–1812), Viscount Saint Asaph, the future 2nd Earl of Ashburnham
218.4 x 144.8 cm
Oil on canvas
Sale Bonhams, London, 4 December 2019


Provenance

Commissioned by John, 1st Earl Ashburnham circa 1729
Thence by family descent until sold by order of the Trustees of the Ashburnham Estates, Sotheby's, 15 July 1953, nr. 110 (bt. by Lord Wilton for £50)
Sale, Sotheby's, London, 16 July 1986, nr. 50
Sale Bonhams, London, 4 December 2019, nr. 14 (bought in)

Other works by Charles Jervas


Attributed to Charles Jervas Portrait of a lady, said to be Miss Shafto
Portrait of a lady, said to be Miss Shafto

Circle of Charles Jervas Portrait of a gentleman, half-length
Portrait of a gentleman, half-length

Follower of Charles Jervas Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a pink dress
Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a pink dress

Attributed to Charles Jervas Portrait of a girl reclining in a landscape
Portrait of a girl reclining in a landscape

Circle of Charles Jervas Portrait of a girl, bust-length, in a grey dress
Portrait of a girl, bust-length, in a grey dress