early 1800's original The Nativity oil painting: Lady Caroline Dawson size 7'x5' For Sale
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early 1800's original The Nativity oil painting: Lady Caroline Dawson size 7'x5':
Early 1800's Original Oil Painting byLady Caroline Dawson, Countess of Portarlington(1750-1813).
Title: The Nativity
Image 84.5" x 58.5", frame 91.5" x 65.5".
This stunning piece of historic artwork, created by the artist Lady Caroline Dawson is an original composition depiction of the The Nativity. This magnificent painting has been professionally restored (information regarding the professional who restored this painting is available upon request). Restoration was completed in six months.Potential buyer must provide proof of available funds from accredited lending institution. A $10,000 deposit must be made to PayPal to secure purchase once price is agreed upon.Buyer, upon approval by seller, will arrange for shipping and receiving of the painting after balance of payment has cleared through 3rd party escrow account.Seller will provide appropriate security as needed at storage location when buyer takes ownership and signs release of the painting and no return on this item after purchase and release of painting. The last photo is a self portrait of the artist Lady Caroline Dawson. There are additional photos available and will be sent to you upon request.
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Lady Caroline Dawson,
Countess of Portarlington
DAWSON was the fifth daughter of Lord Bute, and had married on 1st January of
this same year (1778) John, eldest son of Viscount Carlow, and she and her
husband were then living with his father at Dawson Court, Queen's County.
Mrs. Delany thus describes her shortly before her marriage: "Lady
Caroline is a genius in painting and musick, and has made a great progress in
both; she has a clear, sweet voice, under good management, and less of the
yell than most of her contemporarys. She is extremely good-humoured and
sensible, but is one in whom many pleasing accomplishments are a little hurt
by an awkward habit: she has no but a of a laugh at whatever is said or that
she says herself."
She was the pivot on which most of the affections of her own family were centred. At this time Lady Caroline was a bride of a few months' standing. and Louisa, her youngest and favourite sister, was only twenty-one years old.