This is a 19th century Irish painting of Dr Richard Barters wife and child.She was a Miss Newman prior to marriage. The painting measures 17 3/4" by 23". Frame size is 21" wide by 26" approx. The painting is in very good condition. Frame exhibits age grime and wear. Richard Barter (1802 – 3 October 1870) was an Irish physician and proponent of hydropathy. He collaborated with David Urquhart on the introduction of Turkish baths into the United Kingdom. Barter founded St Ann's Hydro, Ireland's first hydropathic establishment at St Ann's Hill, located near Cork.Dr Barter was responsible for the first turkish baths in the UK. Dr Barters son(also Richard) was knighted for his contribution in agriculture This painting dates mid 19th century
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