Pair of Watercolours c.1825 (1 of 5)
Pair of Watercolours c.1825 (2 of 5) Pair of Watercolours c.1825 (3 of 5) Pair of Watercolours c.1825 (4 of 5) Pair of Watercolours c.1825 (5 of 5)

At Salisbury Antiques we have a large selection of stock, mostly comprising of English and Continental 18th and 19th Century furniture. We also have a good selection of antique country furniture from both England and France with some more extravagant walnut pieces from the Low Countries. Salisbury Antiques now also stocks a selection of good quality painted antique furniture to cater for those going for the more contemporary look but with added character. To compliment an impressive array of furniture, Salisbury Antiques offers a mix of antique interiors, including a fantastic selection of antique mirrors ranging from charming antique dressing table mirrors to palatial antique overmantel mirrors. The Centre also houses many other period and decorative items for the home such as antique oil paintings, antique bronzes, and antique clocks. There is also a well stocked cabinet of antique weaponry, always housing something of interest to the avid collector.

This dealer is located in United Kingdom
This dealer is located in Wiltshire, United Kingdom

  View Dealers Items Dealer favs

Pair of Watercolours c.1825

Ref: B5901 / LA118775


$935 - €835

  Ask a Question  Call Dealer   Request Callback


Elizabeth Ann Maxwell, afterwards Mrs Henry Tritton of Beddington Surrey and her two brothers Charles & Henry Maxwell - inscribed verso.

Elizabeth Anne, daughter of the Reverend Patrick Maxwell, was born in 1817, and therefore about 8 years old in this picture. She married Tritton II (1815-1877) a partner in Barclay Bevan Bening & Tritton - now Barclays Bank, and bore him 10 children. They lived at Ewell House, Epsom. Original Frame.

A Maxwell daughter, possibly Elizabeth Anne, with her kitten, watercolour heightened with chalk, probably aged (8) and therefore dating to 1825. Companion portrait to w/c, Elizabeth and her brothers.

Sold as a pair. Framed by Samuel Dixon of Gt Portland Street (1820-1839) labelled - would restore well (original water gilding under later gold paint).

The photographs do not show the true colours of the paintings


Height : 33 cm - 12.99 in

Width : 38 cm - 14.96 in

Depth : 4 cm - 1.57 in


Salisbury Antiques has clarified that the pair of watercolours are genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being 1825.

Date of Manufacture :


Please contact Salisbury Antiques for delivery of this item.


This item is located in Wiltshire, United Kingdom. This dealer is located in United Kingdom

Email dealer to buy this item

Please note,
This dealer does not accept instant online payment for this item.
To buy this item please email the dealer using the enquiry form below.

Please enter any additional details regarding this item:

A selection of items from Salisbury Antiques

Salisbury Antiques has 1028 items available.View All Dealers Items