Attributed to George Romney (Beckside 1734-1802 Kendal) Portrait of a lady, supposed to be Miss Frances Woodley, half-length, in a white dress with blue sash and a pink shawl
Lot 221
Circle of George Romney (Beckside 1734-1802 Kendal) Portrait of a lady, said to be Frances Woodley, half-length, in a white dress with blue sash and a pink shawl
Sold for £1,875 (US$ 3,136) inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
Circle of George Romney (Beckside 1734-1802 Kendal)
Portrait of a lady, said to be Frances Woodley, half-length, in a white dress with blue sash and a pink shawl standing before a landscape
oil on canvas
76.7 x 63.7cm (30 3/16 x 25 1/16in).

Footnotes

  • Frances Woodley was the daughter of William Woodley, Governor of the Leeward Islands and renowned as a great beauty of her day. She married in 1784 Henry Banks of Kingston Lacy, Dorset, Member of Parliament for Corfe Castle. She died at Old Palace Yard, London, 22 November, 1822, aged 62. A long notice concerning Frances appeared in the Gentleman's Magazine of 1823, part II, p. 641.
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