London, South Kensington
2 October 2002
Scottish School, early 19th Century
Portrait of Clementine Loughman, small bust-length, in a white dress; and Portrait of Zepherina Loughman, small bust-length, in a white dress and white and blue hat
inscribed 'Clementine Loughman/after Lady Beckwith' and 'Zepherina Loughman/after...' respectively (on the reverse)
oil on canvas laid down on paper
7¾ x 6½ in. (19.8 x 15.2 cm.); and 8 x 6½ in. (20.3 x 16.5 cm.)
two in the lot (2)
Lord Elliock, Veitch of Elliock, Elliock House, Dumfriesshire.
Miss Alice Graham-Stirling and by descent to Mrs. George Boothby.
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Zepherina Loughman married Lt. Col. Henry Veitch of Elliock. She was the great grand daughter of Annie Laurie of Maxwelltown, who is the subject of the traditional Scottish song 'Bonnie Annie Laurie'.
(see lots 54 and 107).
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