Large Oil on Canvas Armorial Earl of Mount Cashell


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  • €2,202 Euro
  • $2,300 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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Large Oil on Canvas Armorial Earl of Mount Cashell

A large oil on canvas of an armorial centred by a swan within a shield, above a bird of pray clutching a hare and another swan nesting in a crown with motto 'Vis Unita Fortier' believed to be the arms of the 3rd Earl Mount Cashell, Stephen Moore.

Moore married in 1819 Anna Marie Wyse, The couple then lived for a time in Frankfurt, Germany and had four daughters and three sons.

In 1826 he was elected an Irish Representative Peer and was able to take a seat in the House of Lords. Later in 1847 he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society, died at the aged of 91 in October 1883.

The painting is likely to be dated from around 1870, that would also coincided with their return to England. Housed in its original ebonised and green tracery decorated frame.

In around good order, canvas taught, lap jointed frame sturdy, the odd age related minor abrasion on the surface and knock. Nothing you wouldn't expect with the age of the

107cm in height
86.5cm in width
3cm in depth


19th Century

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