English School, 19th Century
English School, 19th Century

Portrait of Alice Mary, wife of Rev. St Leger Frederick Hope-Edwardes, full-length, with a dog

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English School, 19th Century
Portrait of Alice Mary, wife of Rev. St Leger Frederick Hope-Edwardes, full-length, with a dog
oil on canvas
84 ¼ x 41 5/8 in. (214 x 105.7 cm.)
Provenance
By descent to Lady More (née Hope Edwardes, formerly, Coldwell) and by descent at Linley Hall, Shropshire.

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Lot Essay

Alice Mary Bradney (b. 1862) was the second daughter of Rev. Joseph Christopher Bradney, of Bradney, Somerset, Rector of Greete, Shropshire, and his wife Sarah Decima. In 1886 Alice married Rev. St Leger Frederick Hope-Edwardes (1839-1899) and lived at Greete, (for which he was rector between 1865-76). After her husband's death she lived at Wharton Lodge, near Ross, Herefordshire.

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