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Marianne and Fanny Ingleby of Valentines Mansion, Essex

Photo credit: Redbridge Museum

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This painting has a label at the back which reads ‘Marianne and Fanny, daughters of Robert Ingleby’ and cousins of Clement M. Ingleby. The lineage of the Ingleby family shows that a Rupert Ingleby (son of William Ingleby) had two daughters, Marianne and Fanny, both born in the 1830s. Their Regency style costume and basket of produce is intended to display the wealth of the family.

Valentines Mansion

London


Date

mid-18th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 95 x W 112 cm

Accession number

1997.1059

Acquisition method

donated to Ilford Borough Council, 1957; transferred

Work type

Painting


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Valentines Mansion

Valentines Mansion, Emerson Road, Ilford, London, Greater London IG1 4XA England

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