TERRY, Maria Natalia (Later Countess Stanislas de Castellane)

Oval, bust portrait.

Present whereabouts unknown, but probably in France.

SCHAUS’S ART GALLERY, New York, March/April 1898.

New York Times, April 2, 1898
The New Yorker, July 3, 1901

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Maria Natalia Terry y Sanchez (1877-1962) married Count Stanislas de Castellane (1875-1959) on Monday, July 8, 1901; her husband was the brother of Count Boniface de Castellane (1867-1932) who married the heiress Anna Gould.

Muller-Ury’s portrait was described by the New York Times, April 2, 1898, as ‘…exceedingly good in color and is very delicate and refined in treatment.’ The New Yorker, July 3, 1901 wrote the following of interest: ‘The Terrys…were at Newport some five summers ago. Both Mrs. Terry and her daughters were considered very handsome and appeared much of an age. Muller-Ury, the Swiss artist…painted their portraits separately and together.’ This implies that another Terry daughter was painted, as well as a group portrait.

For more information on her family, see TERRY, Mme. Francesco [Francois] (Antonia Sanchez)