EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY MARTER
Lady Mercy Marter (aged 15 or 16), daughter of society beauty, socialist and social reformer Frances Evelyn Greville, 5th Countess of Warwick.
- Medium: oil on canvas.
- Dimensions: 1.58 x 2.36 m (3.7 m²).
- History: dated 1920; exhibited 1923, Manchester Art Gallery; 1934, Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery; auctioned Christie’s 9 Nov 1968; auctioned Christie’s, estate of Peter Langan (restaurateur and patron of the arts), 18 Dec 2012, est. £5,000-£7,000, sold £10,625, “Lady Mercy Marter (née Greville) (1904-1968) was the daughter of society beauty and socialist Frances Evelyn Greville, 5th Countess of Warwick. She was formerly wife of Basil Dean and Patrick Gamble and wife of Richard Marter.“
- Location: unknown.
SKETCH FOR EQUESTRIAN PORTRAIT OF LADY MERCY MARTER
- Medium: ‘drawing’ (drawing medium not specified).
- Dimensions: ?
- History: Tate Britain; reproduced in Susan Thomson (2018) The Life and Works of Annie Louisa Swynnerton. Warrington: Manchester Art Press.
- Location: Tate Britain.