Elizabeth Harbutt (neé Cambridge) (British, active circa 1900) A Girl, wearing white dress with double-tiered lace collar, Lily of the Valley tucked into her blue waistsash, multi-stranded gold necklace, her blond hair falling just above her shoulders
School of Sir Godfrey Kneller (British, 1646-1723), circa 1680 A Lady, wearing blue robe edged with gold, white chemise edged with lace, pink mantle draped about her and fastened at her left shoulder with a gold-mounted brooch, her hair partially upswept and falling over her left shouldernext page
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