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spoutziki-art: “ Portrait of a Woman, Said to Be Emily Bertie Pott - George Romney, 1781 ”

Sarah Siddons  George Romney

Sarah Siddons - actress and courtesan George Romney

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

History of fashion

history-of-fashion: 1787 George Romney - Portrait of Richard Palmer

George Harry Grey (1737–1819), 5th Earl of Stamford  George Romney (1734–1802)  National Trust, Dunham Massey

George Harry Grey Earl of Stamford George Romney National Trust, Dunham Massey

James Farrer  by George Romney

James Farrer by George Romney

George Romney (1734 – 1802)  William Hayley  1777-9 Oil on canvas Dulwich Picture Gallery DPG 590

George Romney – William Hayley Oil on canvas Dulwich Picture Gallery DPG 590 *English Writer in UK*

George Romney - Lady Hamilton as Circe (1782)

"Emma Hart (Lady Hamilton) as Circe"- George Romney.

Lady Grantham,1780-81 by George Romney

Portrait of (the real) Lady Grantham by George Romney, English, Philadelphia Museum of Art

Hannah Wright (1732–1810), in a Feather Hat (sister of the artist) Joseph Wright of Derby (1734–1797) (after) Derby Museum and Art Gallery

Hannah Wright in a Feather Hat (sister of the artist) Joseph Wright of Derby (after) Derby Museum and Art Gallery

Portrait of John Mills by George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of John Mills, half-length , George Romney

Pietro Rotari

Rotari, Pietro Antonio - Browse by Artist

Sarah Franklin “Sally” Bache (1744-1808) was the daughter of Benjamin Franklin and Deborah Read. She was a leader in relief work during the American Revolutionary War and frequently served as her father's political hostess. She raised money for the Continental Army and took over supervision of the Ladies Association of Philadelphia making 2,200 shirts for soldiers in the Continental Army. Sarah’s correspondence with her famous father provides insight that can’t be gotten from his writings.

Richard Bache (Sarah Franklin, Artist: John Hoppner (British, London London) Date: 1793 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: 30 x 24 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1901

Portrait of the artist, small half length, wearing a green costume with red belt, white scarf and white headdress - Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun, Le Brun

Portrait of the artist, small half length, wearing a green costume with red belt, white scarf and white headdress - Elisabeth Vigee-Lebrun, Le Brun

1784. On one site this painting was listed as being by George Romney

The Athenaeum - Portrait of Lady Gordon (George Romney - ) 1784

George Romney (1734 – 1802), Miss Mary Finch-Hatton, 1788.

Miss Mary Finch-Hatton by Romney, 1788

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