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Oil Painting Portrait Eliza Maddock of Onchan IOM

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1 Large Important Fine Art 19th Century Oil Painting Portrait Eliza Maddock of Onchan Isle of Man With Her Havanese Dog.
Impress your clients & guests with this Manx portrait masterpiece to display on your office or home wall space.
Title inscribed verso“Portrait Of Eliza Maddock, Nee Birtles of Onchan Isle of Man aged 17 years by artist J R Siddall 1866.
Subject portrait of the known young lady Eliza Maddock when she was around 17 years of age, she is in three quarter length profile view facing gaznig towards the viewer, she is wearing her traditional blue long dress with rathr fancy frills, her brown hair is tied back in a bun. She has blue eyes & rosy cheeks. In her right hand she is holding her hat which has a large attractive plumbed red feather, to her lower side is her favourite pet white Havanese dog who is jumping up excited to see her. Having fabulous perspective with deep landscape views of her garden in Onchan on the Isle of man. Lush green trees and grass towards the left with a large grey stone boulder. On the right tall trees. Above with deep blue sky lower down golden hues with purple at sunset.
Unsigned, artist inscribed verso J R Siddall.
Circa mid 19th century 1866.
Origin from the Isle of Man.
Medium oil on canvas
Frame is an impressive size being 83 cm wide and 104 cm high.
Having such beautiful detail.
Set in a fine later decorative frame which enhances this artwork.
Biography of the sitter, this portrait is of Eliza Ann Johnson Birtles which hung in her grandson's home for many years. It was painted by the artist who was believed to be a Birtles relative. Eliza Ann Johnson Birtles (aged 17 ½), marries Arthur Maddock in Liverpool, having eloped with him from the Isle of Man. She left Arthur in 1879 and took her two older children (George and Henry) back to the island where she gave birth to Emma. After the death of her father (1868) and grandfather (1861) it appears that Eliza (Birtles) Maddock was actively involved in the estate in Cazneau St, Liverpool (7 houses and a shop), where she lived with Arthur Hamilton Maddock from the time of their marriage in 1873, until she returned to the Isle of Man in 1879.
In 1881, Eliza is living with her mother and her three children at 36 Fort St, Onchan. James and Jane had seven children. Only four survived childhood Mary Ann, Emma Jane, Eliza Jane and James Wilson Birtles (b. 1831). In about 1845, James and Jane moved to Douglas in the Isle of Man. James, now nearly 50, rented Ballacubbon a farm in Richmond Hill, Isle of Man, leaving two brothers to carry on the family business in Liverpool.
James Birtles died in Douglas, Isle of Man in1861 leaving his widow Jane (Rycroft) Birtles. In his will it is he owned tea houses in Cazneau Street in Liverpool, and was very wealthy. On the birth record for his son James W. Birtles his father’s occupation is stated as a painter and plasterer. In the census records for the Isle of Man in 1851 his occupation is “Farmer”. Jane (Rycroft) Birtles died at Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man, 22nd Sept. 1875 (aged 80).
At the time of James Birtle’s death it appears that two of James and Jane’s daughters are deceased. Although Mary Jane (Birtles) Potts, at the age of 30 was living with her parents in 1851, by 1861 her two children Mary Ann and Eliza Jane are living with their aunt Eliza Jane (Birtles) Muncaster. Also deceased, daughter Emma Jane Birtles, who married Mathew Heallis and had a daughter, Eliza Jane in 1853. In the 1861 census Eliza Jane Heallis is 8 year’s old and living with cousins. She is later mentioned as a ward of Eliza Ann (Birtles) Maddock. James Birtles did not leave any legacies for his grandchildren.
Provenance by descent in the grandsons home & relative of Birtles family, Phillips & Sons The Dower House in Cookham & in collection of Cheshire Antiques Consultant
With hanging thread on the back ready for immediate home display.
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DimensionsDimensions in centimetres of the frame High (104 cm) Width (83 cm) Length depth thickness of frame (3.5 cm) Date 1866  Mid Victorian Antiques Material Oil Painting on Canvas Condition Condition report. Offered in fine used condition. The front painting surface is in good overall order, canvas has ben relined, also with various foxing staining, & craquelure in areas, some light scratches & some paint loss in areas commensurate with usage & old age. The frame having various signs of wear, scuffs, scratches, stains, cracking, losses in places commensurate with usage & age. Item code as1013a1016 Status For Sale

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