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Maker:  William Hogarth


William Hogarth: The Cholmondeley Family : George, Viscount Malpas, later 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley (1703-70),, in a blue suit with silver braid, seated, his wife, Mary, in a grey silk dress, their infant son, Frederick, seated on a table between them. with James Cholmondeley (1708-75), in scarlet uniform standing behind his brother, resting his arm on the back of a chair, and George Cholmondeley's other two sons, George and Robert to the right, one in a grey coat over a green suit, the other in a pink suit engaged in kicking over a pile of books, a greyhound lying in the right foreground, in the library at Arlington Street(?), two putti supporting a curtain behind Lady Malpas, signed and dated 'W Hogarth Pinxit. 1732', 28in. x 3 1/2in.

ID:  13782

Currently kept at: Houghton Hall



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