Martha Corser

DESCRIPTION

Martha Corser (1759 - 1841) was the wife of George Corser, Lord of Bletchley Manor, Moreton Say, Shropshire. Bletchley Manor was a beautiful Elizabethan style building within an accompanying 100 acre estate. It had two picturesque half-timbered houses and it’s said that Charles II once stayed there.

This wonderful Georgian/Regency portrait is one of four currently available at Brave.

Medium Oil on tin
Size including frame 14½” x 12½” / 37cm x 32cm
Year of creation c. 1790 - c. 1815
Condition Artwork in good overall condition with a few very minor losses. The frame has two pieces missing as shown.

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