The Stotesbury Art Collection

Mrs. Carrick's Children

of Southgate, near Edmonton

(also known as "A Group of Four Children")

by
Frederick Yeates Hurlstone

Mrs. Carrick's Children

Photo Source: Freeman 1944 Catalogue (see below)

Dimensions: 62 inches wide x 73 1/2 inches high; including frame, 68 inches wide x 79 1/2 inches high

Provenance: Exhibited in 1824 in the Royal Academy, the artist becoming President of the Society of British Artists in 1835

From Griscom Galleries for $8,500, date unknown

Sold for $5,000 in combination with The Road by the River by Cuyp in September1946 to J. Aldaric Raymond, President of the Hotel Windsor, Montreal, Canada, through L. Alavoine & Co., New York

May have been lost in the Hotel Windsor fire in December 1957

Stotesbury Location(s): Whitemarsh Hall

Sources: French XVIII Century Furniture; Rare Chinese Porcelains; Paintings, French and English XVIII Century Engravings; Silver Objects of Art, The Property of Mrs. Eva R. Stotesbury Public Auction October 25th to 28th, 1944, Samuel T. Freeman & Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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