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Isabella Johnson, née Swan (1826–1905)

Photo credit: Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens

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Isabella Johnson was the last owner of Ayscoughfee Hall & Gardens, before it passed into public ownership in 1898. The Johnson family owned Ayscoughfee from the mid-17th century, and carried out significant developments of both the Hall and the Gardens. From 1688, each owner of Ayscoughfee was named Maurice (family name given to the first-born son), with six generations of Maurice and their families living here.

Ayscoughfee Hall Museum

Spalding

Title

Isabella Johnson, née Swan (1826–1905)

Date

late 19th C–mid-20th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 140 x W 95 cm

Accession number

SPAAH 2008.7

Work type

Painting

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Ayscoughfee Hall Museum

Churchgate, Spalding, Lincolnshire PE11 2RA England

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