Henry Hawkins, A pair of portraits of Ladies: one, called Miss Vokis, wearing black dress, cameo at her corsage and ermine stole, a spaniel on her lap; one, called Miss Barton, wearing green dress, bracelet and fur stole, holding a book (cracked)
Charles Foot Tayler, Sir Thomas Hawker, seated, wearing staff uniform, his scarlet coat with gold epaulettes, his black collar with gold lace, gold waist-sash, the belt plate with royal cipher VR, neck badge of the Royal Guelphic Order on a pale blue moiré ribbon and breast star of the grade Knight Commander of the same order, curtain background
Guglielmo Faija, A Lady, seated beneath a tree, wearing burgundy-coloured velvet dress with embroidered trim and white lace underslip, the sleeves turned back to reveal dark grey lining and green under sleeves slashed to reveal white, she holds in her left hand a portrait miniature of a Gentleman, a house and mountains in the background; behind her a Gentleman, wearing black doublet appears through the branches of the tree
English School (early 19th Century), after Richard Cosway R.A., An Officer, of Emigré cavalry of the Légion de Mirabeau, wearing a peaked helmet with silver front plate, black hair crest and white plume, his black jacket with light blue facings and narrow lapels, heavily frogged in silver, silver aiguilette and black breeches fitting into short boots, his rearing horse held by another officer in the background
Samuel Lover R.H.A., Sir John May, in the uniform of the Rifle Brigade, wearing a rifle-green pelisse trimmed with black astrokan and black braiding across the chest, a rifle-green cape over his shoulders, holding a sword with gold sword knot and steel scabard
Wenceslas Hollar, Jane Seymour (c.1509-37), wearing crimson velvet dress trimmed with ouches (Black Onyx cabouchon), gold lined oversleeves, gem set gold brooch with pendant pearls, two strand necklace with pendant set with Carnelian and Black Onyx cabouchon, gable headdress with lappets and black veil
English School (late 19th or early 20th Century), after Anthony van Dyck, Algernon Percy, 10th Earl of Northumberland (1602-1668), looking over his right shoulder, wearing brown cape trimmed with red and white lawn collarnext page
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