Sign up for our newsletter. Enter your email address here:      Unsubscribe

The Company

Services and Fees

Location Filming and Photography

Art on Demand

Copyright Policy

Order Images

Previous Orders

Contact Us

Register

Sign In

Preview


Photo of Portrait of a Gentleman, his Wife and Sister, in the Character of Fortitude introducing Hope as the Companion to Distress ('The Witts Family Group')
T06969

You are not signed in.
Please sign in or register to enable:

Add to Shopping Trolley Shopping Trolley
Calculate Price Calculate Price
Add to Lightbox Lightbox

T06969

Portrait of a Gentleman, his Wife and Sister, in the Character of Fortitude introducing Hope as the Companion to Distress ('The Witts Family Group')

Artist: Richard Cosway 1742-1821
Date: c.1775
Classification: painting
Medium: Oil paint on canvas
Dimensions: unconfirmed: 1180 x 1040 mm
Tate Archive No.: T06969

Purchased 1995

Hi-Res Available On-line


Click the shopping trolley icon to licence

DPI: 300 DPI
File Type: JPEG
Uncompressed File Size: 31.33 MB
Max Print Size: 26.2 x 30 cm
Color Profile: Adobe RGB (1998)

To search for similar images:

To search for similar images, choose from the following related concepts or keywords.

To search multiple keywords, select multiple checkboxes and click search selected. To search on a single keyword, click on the keyword itself.

18th gentleman portrait
adults grand portraits
architecture great richard
birth group rocks
boulder groups rocky
broome his sarah
cast homage sea
century hope seascapes
character introducing seaside
coast ladies seated
coasts lady shore
column male sister
companion man slab
conditions manner souillon
cosway memorial standing
craggy men states
death minerva statue
distress monuments style
drab mourner symbols
elegy mourning the
elizabeth nature wake
emotional ocean wife
families painting wisdom
family pilaster witts
female pillar woman
figure pole women
fortitude        

www.tate.org.uk www.bt.co.uk