Joseph Saunders (British, active 1772-1811) Jane Francis Webber (1770-1824), seated before red drapery and a landscape vista, wearing white dress and shawl draped about her shoulders, her hair worn à la conseilleur and dressed with a pale yellow bandeau
Attributed to Miss Sarah Biffin (British, 1784-1850) A pair of miniatures portraying Evelyn Boscawen (1819-1889), 6th Viscount Falmouth and his wife, Mary Frances Elizabeth Stapleton (d.1891), Baroness le Despenser: the former, wearing black coat and waistcoat, white chemise and black tied stock; the latter, wearing dress over white chemise with lace collar, forget-me-nots at her bodice, her centrally parted hair upswept, the back plaited into a knot and interwoven with a strand of pearls (the latter cracked)
Henry Pierce Bone (British, 1779-1855), after Hans Holbein the Younger (German, c.1497-1543) A Lady called, Catherine Howard (c. 1518-1542), wearing red dress with gold embroidery to her standing collar and white lining, multi-stranded pearl necklace, French hood with gold jeweled frontlet set with rubies and pearls, her black veil falling behind her shouldersnext page
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