English School (C1850) Portrait of Louisa and Charlotte Feilden, by a pillar in parkland, 72 x 49cm.

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Lot 99
English School (C1850)
Portrait of Louisa and Charlotte Feilden, by a pillar in parkland, 72 x 49cm.

Sold for £ 2,160 (US$ 2,977) inc. premium
The Feilden family have been closely connected with the City of Blackburn since the late 15th Century. A the principal landowner and lords of the manor, they played a significant part in the development of the town's economic success, its institutions and the welfare of its inhabitants. The family's apogee was perhaps reached during the life time of Joseph Feilden (1792-1870), High Sheriff and Deputy Lieutenant of the county and later MP for the town, a philanthropist who cared deeply ...
The Feilden family have been closely connected with the City of Blackburn since the late 15th Century. A the principal landowner and lords of the manor, they played a significant part in the development of the town's economic success, its institutions and the welfare of its inhabitants. The family's apogee was perhaps reached during the life time of Joseph Feilden (1792-1870), High Sheriff and Deputy Lieutenant of the county and later MP for the town, a philanthropist who cared deeply for his patrimony and Sir William Feilden Bt, 1772 of nearby Feniscowles, also MP for Blackburn. The family's principal seat was Witten House, long subsumed by the burgeoning town and demolished in that "bad" period for great houses, after the Second World War.
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English School (C1850)
Portrait of Louisa and Charlotte Feilden,
by a pillar in parkland,
oil on canvas,
72 x 49cm.

Footnotes

  • Luoisa Willis (b1835) and Charlotte Willoughby (b1838), the daughters of Joseph Feilden and his wife Frances Mary.

    See illustration

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