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Here are all the paintings of Edward Haytley 01

ID Painting  Oil Pantings, Sorted from A to Z     Painting Description
48453 Sir Roger and Lady Bradshaigh of Haigh Hall,Landscaskire Edward Haytley Sir Roger and Lady Bradshaigh of Haigh Hall,Landscaskire mk19 1746
48455 The Brockman Family and Friends at Beachborough Manor The Temple Pond looking from the Rotunda Edward Haytley The Brockman Family and Friends at Beachborough Manor The Temple Pond looking from the Rotunda mk190 1744-6
48454 The Brockman Family and Friends at Beachborough Manor the Temple Pond looking towards the Rotunda Edward Haytley The Brockman Family and Friends at Beachborough Manor the Temple Pond looking towards the Rotunda mk190 1744-6

Edward Haytley
British Painter, active 1740-ca.1762,was an English portrait and landscape painter of the 18th century. Little is known about him, but the background of some of his sitters and professional contacts suggest he may have come from Lancashire. Few of his works survive, but he appears to have specialised in the "conversation piece" form popular with the landed gentry of mid-18th century England, a group portrait against an idealised backdrop of the subjects' estates. His works of this form include one of Elizabeth Robinson with her parents, Edward and Elizabeth Montagu, at Sandleford Priory near Hythe, Kent; six portraits of the Stanley family including one of Sir Robert and Lady Bradshaigh in front of Haigh Hall; and two of the Brockman family on its Kent estate, Beachborough, both showing the newly-constructed Temple Pond. One of the latter may include Susanna Highmore, daughter of the portrait painter Joseph Highmore. His best known works are the oil-on-canvas roundels of Bethlem and Chelsea Hospitals donated in 1740, at the behest of William Hogarth, to the Foundling Hospital, London. His last recorded work was a conversation piece of William Milner, second baronet, dated 1764, and he is assumed to have died shortly after this date
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