John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art
John Hoppner, ‘Portrait of Lady Bagot.’, 1807, Robert Funk Fine Art

P. & D. Colnaghi & Co.'s Gallery, London, 1904, number 11, lent by Colonel Bagot, M.P.

"Hoppner' by McKay and Roberts, facing page 10, and catalogued there on page 10: 'A charmingly painted picture.'

Property of John B. Ford Marital Trust. Mary Charlotte Anne Wellesley-Pole, eldest daughter of William, 4th Earl of Mornington and niece to the Duke of Wellington, was born in 1786 and married in 1806 to Sir Charles Bagot, Under Secretary for the State for Foreign Affairs, Minister Plenipotentiary, Ambassador to St. Petersburg, The Hague and Vienna - also Governor General of Canada.
Sir Alan Desmond Bagot, Bt., of Levens Hall, Milnthorpe, Westmorland
M. Knoedler & Co.
Housed in a magnificent period hand carved British Rococo frame

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