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William Chafyn Grove (1731–1793)

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Provenance

By 1793, William Chafyn Grove (I), Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (original commission, d. 1793); 1793-1832, Mrs. Elizabeth Grove, Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (widow of William Chafyn Grove (I), by inheritance with house, d. 1832); 1832-1851, Chafyn Grove, Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance with house, d. 1851); 1851-?, William Chafyn Grove (II), Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance with house); by 1865, William Chafyn Grove (III), Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance with house, d. 1865); 1865-1891, Julia Elizabeth Chafyn Grove, Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance, sister of Grove, d. 1891); 1891-1913, George Troyte-Chafyn-Grove, Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance with house, d. 1913) [1]; 1913-1930, Lt. Col. Edward George Troyte-Bullock, Zeals House, Wiltshire, England, UK (by inheritance with house, d. 1942); July 18, 1930, (0088) Troyte-Bullock sale (Christie's) London; 1930, Martin buying for Frederick L. Jack (bought at Troyte-Bullock sale); 1930-1935, Frederick L. Jack (buying through Martin); 1935, gift of Jack. ( Accession Date: April 18, 1935) NOTES: [1] born Geo. Bullock, assumed about 1852 by Royal Licence surname of Troyte in addition to and before Bullock in conformity with the will of maternal relative, Rev. Edward Berkely Troyte, assumed Chafyn-Grove in lieu of Bullock in 1892

Credit Line

Gift of Frederick L. Jack

1779–80

Dimensions

127 x 100.3 cm (50 x 39 1/2 in.)

Accession Number

35.1218

Medium or Technique

Oil on canvas

Collections

Europe

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Paintings