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A young lady called Madame de Genlis, embracing her young son (w/c on ivory) Featured Women 18th Century Print

A young lady called Madame de Genlis, embracing her young son (w/c on ivory)

2907978 A young lady called Madame de Genlis, embracing her young son (w/c on ivory) by Fabre, Louis-Andre (1750-1814); diam: 7.7 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: She, facing right in fur-bordered red silk dress with double lace cuffs and white silk underdress, pink rose and foliage pinned to her striped gauze scarf tied at corsage, powdered curling hair, seated in a pink-embroidered blue upholstered gilt-wood chair; the young boy holding his mother's hand, in lace-bordered brown dress with blue sash; interior background, gilt-metal frame ); Photo A© Christie's Images; French, out of copyright

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Group of miniatures (w/c on ivory) Featured Women 18th Century Print

Group of miniatures (w/c on ivory)

3083469 Group of miniatures (w/c on ivory) by European School, (18th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Bottom left: NATHANIEL HONE, R.A. (1718-1784)
Mary Wilkes, facing right in blue silk day-gown with lace-bordered white underslip, white cloak fastened at her right shoulder, drop pearl earring and pearls in her upswept curled brown hair; red curtain background
signed with monogram and dated NH 1753 (lower left) and signed and dated on the counter-enamel M. Wilkes, St. John's square Clerkenwell London. 1753 NHone Pinxt
enamel on copper
oval, 1.7/8 in. (48 mm.) high, silver-gilt frame with glazed reverse ); Photo A© Christie's Images; out of copyright

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Portrait of Anne, Countess Winterton, Standing three-quarter length, Wearing a Blue Dress Featured Women 18th Century Print

Portrait of Anne, Countess Winterton, Standing three-quarter length, Wearing a Blue Dress

652121 Portrait of Anne, Countess Winterton, Standing three-quarter length, Wearing a Blue Dress, and Lace-Trimmed Shawl, Holding a Fan, in a Landscape, (oil on canvas) by Reynolds, Joshua (1723-92); 126.8x101.9 cm; Private Collection; (add.info.: Portrait of Anne, Countess Winterton, Standing three-quarter length, Wearing a Blue Dress, and Lace-Trimmed Shawl, Holding a Fan, in a Landscape. Anne Archer was the daughter of Catherine Tipping (d.1754) and Thomas Archer (1695-1768), 1st Baron Archer of Umberslade. On March 13, 1756 she married Edward Turnour Garth-Turnour (1734-1788) On April 10, 1761 her husband's elevation to the Irish peerage made her Baroness Winterton of Gort, County Galway, Ireland, and on February 12, 1766 she became Viscountess Turnour and Countess Winterton. She and her brother, Andrew Archer (1736-1778), 2nd Baron Archer, were co-heirs to their father's estate on his death in 1768. In nineteen years of marriage, Countess Winterton bore thirteen children. She died in childbirth with her fourteenth on June 19 or 20, 1775 at Shillinglee Park, Surrey); Photo A© Christie's Images; English, out of copyright

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