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Lady Bullough (1869–1967)

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Kinloch Castle, Rum (Scottish Natural Heritage)

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One of a pair of portraits by this artist, the other being of Sir George Bullough, Lady Bullough’s husband, each being a 40th birthday gift to the other. Lady Bullough is portrayed seated in the Great Hall at Kinloch Castle. Lady Bullough was born in New Zealand on 7th April 1869. Her mother, Lilly, Countess de La Pasture (née Léontine Standish), died the following day, aged 26. On 19th March 1889 Monica married Charles Edward Nicolas Charrington, they had one daughter, Pippa.

Kinloch Castle, Rum (Scottish Natural Heritage)

Isle of Rum




oil on canvas


H 206 x W 144 cm

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purchased as part of the Bullough Estate, 1957

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Kinloch Castle, Rum (Scottish Natural Heritage)

Isle of Rum, Highland PH43 4RR Scotland

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