English School, 18th century
Portrait of Charles Bertie II, of Uffington, aged 19, 1725, married Mary, daughter of John Norborn, buts-length, in a blue coat with white collar and gold-embroidered pale-yellow waistcoat
inscribed 'Chas: bertie Esqr; AEtatis 19. 1723,/of Uffington, in the/ County of Lincoln.' (upper left) and with the sitter's coat of arms and motto 'VIRTUS ARIETE FORTIOR' (upper left)
oil on canvas, oval
30 5/8 x 26 ½ in. (78 x 67.1 cm.); in a George III carved and gilded gadrooned frame
(2)Sold together with a portrait of the Marquis of Lindsey (1686-1742) in a red coat by Charles D'Agar (1669-1723)
By descent in the sitter's family to Montague Peregrine Albemarle Bertie, 12th Earl of Lindsey (1861- 1938), of Uffington House, Lincolnshire, and by descent to his daughter,
Lady Muriel Felicia Vere Barclay-Harvey (1893-1980), Ayton Castle, Berwickshire.