Portrait of Henrietta, daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount St. John, married in 1727 Robert Knight, created Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745 Oil Painting - Charles d' Agar

Portrait of Henrietta, daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount St. John, married in 1727 Robert Knight, created Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745

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  • About Reproduction

    Discover the allure of art with our faithful reproduction of "Portrait of Henrietta, daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount St. John, married in 1727 Robert Knight, created Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745", originally brought to life by the talented Charles d' Agar. Unlike posters or prints, our hand-painted oil painting breathes an unique sense of depth and texture into your space. Every detail, every stroke, and every texture is meticulously recreated, paying the perfect homage to Charles d' Agar and his artistic vision.

    Owning this piece is more than just decoration - it's a statement of your refined taste in art. Let the vibrant colors and intricate details of this replica serve as a daily reminder of the beauty in our world. Elevate your decor and appreciate the richness of art with our replica of this masterpiece.

  • Painting Description

    The "Portrait of Henrietta, daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount St. John, married in 1727 Robert Knight, created Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745" is a significant work by Charles d'Agar, an artist of French descent who became prominent in England during the late 17th and early 18th centuries. This portrait, executed in the early 18th century, captures Henrietta St. John in a period of her life that bridges her identity between her natal family and her married life, reflecting the social and personal transitions of aristocratic women of the time.

    Henrietta St. John, the subject of the portrait, was born into the influential St. John family, her father being Henry St. John, 1st Viscount St. John. In 1727, she married Robert Knight, who would later be elevated to the peerage as Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745, marking a significant ascent in social status. This marriage, and the titles that followed, positioned Henrietta within the intricate web of Georgian nobility, making her a figure of considerable social importance.

    Charles d'Agar, the artist, was known for his portraits that often depicted members of the aristocracy and gentry, capturing not only their physical likeness but also the nuances of their social standing and personal histories. His work is characterized by a detailed and refined style, with particular attention to the textures of fabrics and the subtleties of expression, which he employed to great effect in this portrait of Henrietta.

    The portrait itself is a testament to the era's artistic and cultural milieu, showcasing the fashion and aesthetics of the Georgian nobility. Through d'Agar's skilled brushwork, Henrietta is presented in a manner that emphasizes her dignity and grace, while also hinting at her personal story and the broader historical context of her life. This painting not only serves as a visual record of Henrietta St. John but also as a piece of historical documentation, reflecting the complexities of marriage, status, and identity among the British aristocracy in the 18th century.

    In sum, the "Portrait of Henrietta, daughter of Henry, 1st Viscount St. John, married in 1727 Robert Knight, created Baron Luxborough of Shannon in 1745" by Charles d'Agar is a significant artistic and historical artifact. It encapsulates the intersection of personal biography and broader societal trends of its time, offering insights into the social fabric of 18th-century England through the lens of portraiture.

  • Lead Time & Shipping

    When you order this oil painting replica, it typically takes 2-3 weeks to paint. If the artwork is more complex, it might need a little more time to ensure the best quality. Once it's ready, we'll send you a photo for your approval. After you give the green light, we'll ship it to you for free.

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