The Stotesbury Art Collection

Lady Lemon of Carclew
by
George Romney

Lady Lemon of Carclew

Photo Source: O'Toole Catalogue (see below)

Dimensions: 40 x 50 inches

Provenance:

Lt. Col. Arthur Tremayne, J.P., maternal grandson of Sir William Lemon, Carclew, Perran-ar-Worthal, Cornwall. Before that it belonged to his uncle, Sir Charles Lemon, Bart., Carclew.

From Duveen Brothers, New York

E.T. Stotesbury to 1944

Thomas Lehman collection at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, New York (?)

Stotesbury Location(s): Whitemarsh Hall

Sources: Exhibition of Paintings and Works of Art from the Collection of the Late Edward T. Stotesbury at the Galleries of James St. L. O'Toole, New York, 23rd April to May 10th, 1941; Paintings, Furniture, Works of Art from the Collection of the Late Edward T. Stotesbury, Philadelphia, Public Auction Sale November 18, 1944, Parke-Bernet Galleries, Inc., New York, New York

Dining Room at Whitemarsh Hall

The Dining Room at Whitemarsh Hall, showing the portrait of Lady Lemon over the fireplace.

Photo Source: Frances Benjamin Johnston Collection, U.S. Library of Congress

Portrait of Lady Lemon

Close-up of the portrait of Lady Lemon in the Dining Room at Whitemarsh Hall

Photo Source: Pennsylvania State Archives, Mattie Edwards Hewitt Collection

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