London, South Kensington
18 March 2009
JOHN NOST SARTORIUS (BRITISH, 1755-1828)
with inscription 'Viscount Stonehaven' (in chalk on the reverse of the frame)
oil on canvas
25 x 30 in. (63.5 x 76.2 cm.)
Almost certainly supplied to Anthony Adrian, 7th Earl of Kintore (1794-1844).
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London, Arts Council of Great Britain, British Sporting Painting, 1974, no. 91.
James Ian, 2nd Viscount Stonehaven (1908-1989) succeeded to the Earldom of Kintore on the death of his mother Ethel Sydney, 11th Countess of Kintore (1874-1974). The Earldom of Kintore is unusual in that it can pass through both the male and female line of succession.
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