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The Athenaeum - Portrait of Mrs Andrew Reid (George Romney - ) Located in the Kimball Art Museum, Fort Worth.

George Romney, ​Portrait of Mrs. Andrew Reid​, c. oil on canvas, Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth.

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rococophile: “ Joseph Karl Stieler Portrait of the Princess Elisabeth Ludovika of Bavaria, later Queen of Prussia, Princess Amalie Auguste of Bavaria, later Queen of Saxony and Princess Maximiliana Josepha Caroline of Bavaria.

Portrait of Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, George Romney

Galerie Nord Lille aime: George Romney, (English, Portrait of Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton. Promised gift of the heirs of Bettina Looram de Rothschild. Photograph © Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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Artist : Sir Henry Raeburn (Scottish, 1756 - Title : Portrait of Ms. Eleanor Urquhart Date : circa 1795 Medium : oil on canvas Dimensions : 75 × 62 cm × in) Current location : National Gallery of Art , Washington, D.

George Romney, English, 1734-1802 - Portrait of Mr.  Adyes Children (The Willett Children).  Philadelphia Museum of Art

The Children of John Willett Adye later John Willett Willett Annabella Willett John Willett Willett Henry Ralph Willett

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It's About Time: Turquerie-George Knapton (English artist, Portrait of Lady Elizabeth Howard

MADAME ELIZABETH, YOUNGER SISTER OF LOUIS XVI. She remained with her family and was brutally executed by the revolutionaries.

Close friend of MA - Elisabeth de Bourbon 1764 1794 princess of france Madame Elisabeth - sister of Louis XVI

1780 Mary Amelia First Marchioness of Salisbury by Sir Joshua Reynolds

Sir Joshua Reynolds - Portrait of Mary Amelia, first Marchioness of Salisbury, 1780

George Romney  Lady Hamilton as Serena Reading (ca. 1780-85)    Depicts Serena, the heroine of the poem ‘Triumphs of Temper’ by the artist’s friend and biographer William Hayley (1745-1820), a lady of the sweetest temper and constant good humour who is rewarded by a happy marriage. The character became a role model for fashionable ladies of the time, and was the subject of several other works by the artist.

“ Serena Reading George Romney (English, Oil on canvas. Serena Reading shows the heroine from a poem called ‘Triumphs of Temper’ by.

George Romney (Beckside 1734-1802 Kendal) Portrait of Elizabeth Burgoyne, half-length, in a white dress

George Romney (Beckside Kendal) Portrait of Elizabeth Burgoyne, half-length, in a white dress

The Hon. William Lamb, MP (Later Lord Melbourne) (1779-1848), by Sir Thomas Lawrence, c. 1805. Private collection

The Right Honourable William Lamb, Viscount Melbourne PC FRS by Sir Thomas Lawrence, c.

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