Mrs Archibald Hutcheson

Description
The sitter’s husband, Archibald Hutcheson (c.1660-1740) was a lawyer, economist and MP for Hastings between 1713-27. The authors of The History of Parliament describe him as "something of an enigma, a political gadfly, variously described as a Whig or a Tory, but who seemed comfortable with neither party”.
Accession Loan No.
82/1932
Collection Class
Paintings
Medium
oil on canvas
Common Name
Mrs Archibald Hutcheson
Simple Name
painting
Full Name
Mrs Archibald Hutcheson
Dimensions
stretcher H 768 mm; stretcher length 641 mm; frame H 940 mm; frame length 813 mm
Production Person Surname
Humphry, attributed to
Production Person Initials
Ozias
Period Classification
George III (1760-1811)
Production Year Low
1770
Production Year High
1800
Production Town
Honiton
Production County
Devon
Production Country
United Kingdom: England
Production Area Region
Northern Europe
Production Continent
Europe
Family Group

Inscription / Transcription
A Woolacott 22 Woodstock St New Bond St London W1; Miss Bailey Artillery Mansions Flat 117

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