Lady Louisa Manners
George Morland (Brittish 1763-1804)
End 18th century water color on cardboard representing a young lady with a hat.
Paper back with pencil scripture labelling the title as Louise by Geo Morland.
Despite a brief life, George Morland painted as many as 4000 paintings. He was arguably the most genuinely popular artist of late eighteenth-century British artists, copied and engraved.
- Most likely, our Louise might refer to Lady Louisa Manners (1745-1840) afterwards Countess of Dysart.
- A. E. Rea & Company 1909-1911 was located in Montreal on Ste Catherine Street - the actual site of Centre Eaton.
Painted surface: 25.5 x 20 cm (10" x 7" 7/8)