19th-Century English School, Portrait Of Thomas Causton

19th-Century English School, Portrait Of Thomas Causton

A fine early 19th-century portrait of Thomas Causton (1799-1842), the Vicar of Turweston Park in Brackley, Buckinghamshire. His right hand is reaching into his breast pocket while his left is holding a top hat.

Turweston is a parish situated on the River Great Ouse, which includes 17th-century stone cottages and a Georgian Manor House. The church dates to the 12th-century and features early English Gothic lancet windows.

The portrait is housed within a beautiful scroll and foliate gilt frame with swept corners.

Medium: Oil on canvas
Overall size: 19” x 22½” / 48cm x 57cm
Year of creation: c. 1830
Provenance: England
Condition: Overall very presentable. Frame with some age-related wear.

Conservation & History

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