17th Century Portrait

17th Century Portrait

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A 17th Century portrait of Lady Judith Monson, she was painted by Sir Peter Lely and studio several times in her lifetime. Now in a contemporary 17th Century carved lime wood and oak gessoed frame.
Judith Monson (1623-1700) was the daughter of Sir Thomas Pelham (2nd Bt) of Laughton in Sussex and his wife Mary (nee Wilbraham). She married in 1647 John Monson (1628-1674), who served as Member of Parliament for Lincoln in two periods between 1660 and 1674. He was one of the sons of Sir John Monson Bt. In 1661 she became Lady Monson, when her husband was created a Knight of the Bath in recognition of his work as a commissioner and a J.P. in Lincolnshire and subsequently Hertfordshire.

Additional dimensions information:

Height Of Frame: 1.18 cm |


W95.0 x H1.18



Wear condition


Date of manufacture



18th Century and Earlier


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