Edward Hastings - A Pair of Portraits - Oils on Canvas – Isaac Love and Sarah Love 1848 – lovely Frames need restoring and would benefit from a light clean canvas.
Edward Hastings fl.1804-61 Portrait %26 Landscape painter . Exhib 74 works, the majority Northumberland personalities , at the RS 1804-27. He continued to work and exhibit in the north east until 1861. Lived in County Durham
Isaac Pearson Love, who died in 1854, leaving an only child, Joseph Horatio Love, born in 1853, who subsequently lived at the large property The Hawkhills near Easingwold, Yorkshire. Isaac Pearson Love's widow Sarah (née Stephinson) in ca.1857 married Robinson Ferens (died 1892), originally a draper of Durham City and Willington, County Durham. Robinson Ferens became a member of the Methodist New Connexion perhaps in ca.1857. After his marriage he was appointed manager of Joseph Love's collieries. He later joined with Love as a partner in developing new collieries and after Love's death in 1875 had sole direction of the collieries, becoming wealthy.
Isaac was the son of Joseph Love (1796-1875), son of William Love, a miner of New York, near South Shields, County Durham married in 1825 Sarah, daughter of Isaac Pearson, timber merchant, of North Shields, Northumberland. Joseph Love became a wealthy miller, shipowner, property developer and colliery owner, associated in particular with Chester-le-street, Shincliffe and Willington, County Durham and Durham City
Condition : As described
Materials : Oil Painting on Canvas
Origin : English
Manufacture Date : 19th Century
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