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Mrs. Daniel Sargent (Mary Turner), detail John Singleton Copley (1763)

Mrs. Daniel Sargent (Mary Turner), detail John Singleton Copley (1763)

Lady Lepel Hervey (1723–1780), Lady Mulgrave by Johann Zoffany (attributed to), c. 1765. National Trust

Lady Lepel Hervey (1723–1780), Lady Mulgrave | Art UK

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Conversation Piece by Benjamin Wilson (attributed to)    Oil on canvas, 91.3 x 73.7 cm Collection: Leeds Museums and Galleries

Conversation Piece | Art UK

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Conversation Piece by Benjamin Wilson (attributed to)    Oil on canvas, 91.3 x 73.7 cm Collection: Leeds Museums and Galleries

Conversation Piece | Art UK

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Lucy Manners Graham, 2nd Duchess of Montrose:   Portrait of Lucy Manners (c. 1717-1788), wife of William Graham, 2nd Duke of Montrose, by Benjamin Vandergucht (1753-1794). Oil on canvas, 124.5cm by 99cm. Inscribed on the reverse: painted by B. Van der Gucht 1793 from an Original picture of The Dutchess of Montrose painted in 1740 by A. Soldi. The original painting is at Winton Castle, East Lothian.

Lucy Manners Graham, 2nd Duchess of Montrose: Portrait of Lucy Manners (c. 1717-1788), wife of William Graham, 2nd Duke of Montrose, by Benjamin Vandergucht (1753-1794). Oil on canvas, 124.5cm by 99cm. Inscribed on the reverse: painted by B. Van der Gucht 1793 from an Original picture of The Dutchess of Montrose painted in 1740 by A. Soldi. The original painting is at Winton Castle, East Lothian.

ca 1760 - Fürstin Sophie Charlotte zu Solms-Hohensolms-Lich, geb. Burggräfin zu Dohna-Wartenberg attributed to Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Elder

Fürstin Sophie Charlotte zu Solms-Hohensolms-Lich, geb. Burggräfin zu Dohna-Wartenberg attributed to Johann Heinrich Tischbein the Elder (auctioned by Dorotheum) | Grand Ladies

Princess Sophie Charlotte wears a blue wrap matching the white bows arranged en échelle on her bodice in this work.

1750s - Louise Elisabeth and Philip with their children Ferdinand and Marie Louise by Giuseppe Baldrighi, Maria Luisa closeup

Louise Elisabeth and Philip with their children Ferdinand and Marie Louise by Giuseppe Baldrighi, Maria Luisa closeup | Grand Ladies

This is an outtake of Baldrighi's family portrait of Louise Elisabeth from the 1750s. The little girl is Maria Luisa.

Benjamin West,  Portrait of Queen Charlotte  circa 1776.

Benjamin West, Portrait of Queen Charlotte circa 1776.

French School, 18th Century Elegant Young Woman Holding a Tatting Shuttle. - Current price: $150

French School, 18th Century Elegant Young Woman Holding a Tatting Shuttle.

Bidding for this auction is available at SkinnerCLICK HERE TO BIDFrench School, 18th Century Elegant Young Woman Holding a Tatting Shuttle. Unsigned. Oil on canvas, 29 1/4 x 24 1/4 in., framed. Condition: Tear to u.r. quadrant, lined, retouch, craquelure, varnish inconsistencies, mild surface grime. Estimate $300-500 t-shaped tear to u.r. quadrant, measuring approximately 3 x 3 inches and located 9 inches down and 7-1/2 inches in from the u.r. corner. One edge of the tear just…

Girl with a Red Hat :: Harold Harvey Tatting, probably.

Girl with a Red Hat :: Harold Harvey - 8 female portraits hall

Girl with a Red Hat , artist Harold Harvey.

ca 1770 - Elizabeth Kerr (1745-1780), née Fortescue, Marchioness of Lothian, by Angelica Kauffman

Elizabeth Kerr (1745-1780), née Fortescue, Marchioness of Lothian, by Angelica Kauffman (auctioned by Christie's) | Grand Ladies

Lady Kerr uses her scarf or shawl to tie off her jacket in this Kauffman portrait.

ca 1770 - Elizabeth Kerr (1745-1780), née Fortescue, Marchioness of Lothian, by Angelica Kauffman

Elizabeth Kerr (1745-1780), née Fortescue, Marchioness of Lothian, by Angelica Kauffman (auctioned by Christie's) | Grand Ladies

Lady Kerr uses her scarf or shawl to tie off her jacket in this Kauffman portrait.

Infanta María Josefa Carmela de Borbón by Mengs.

Infanta María Josefa Carmela de Borbón by Mengs.

Wybrand Hendriks portrait of Jacob Feitama and his wife. His daughter was featured between the couple, but was painted when she eloped with a guard officer from the Hague. The wilting bouquet represents their fallen daughter.

Wybrand Hendriks

Wybrand Hendriks portrait of Jacob Feitama and his wife. Their daughter initially appeared between the couple, but was painted over when she eloped with a Guards officer.

Herzogin Charlotte Amalie von Sachsen-Meiningen / CHarlotte Amelie von Hessen-Philippsthal

Charlotte Amalie von Hessen-Philippsthal

Herzogin Charlotte Amalie von Sachsen-Meiningen / CHarlotte Amelie von Hessen-Philippsthal

Benjamin West, 1738–1820, American, active in Britain (from 1763) Queen Charlotte - Date 1777
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Portrait of a Daydreamer

Benjamin West, 1738–1820, American, active in Britain (from 1763) Queen Charlotte - Date 1777