George Engleheart (British, 1750-1829) The Hon. Diana Biddulph, wearing white dress and fichu secured with yellow sash ribbon tied at her waist, her hair lightly powdered and falling behind her shoulders beneath a white turban
Sophie Liénard (French, active 1842-1845) Ferdinand Philippe (1810-1842), Duc de Chartres (1810-1830) and Duc d'Orléans (1830-1842), wearing black coat with standing collar, gold buttons and epaulettes, two Orders of the Légion d'Honneur and the breast star of the Grand Cross
Frederick Buck (Irish, 1771-circa 1840) An Officer, wearing scarlet coat with pale yellow facings and standing collar, silver epaulettes, his white cross-belt bearing oval regimental belt-plate worn over his right shoulder, white frilled chemise and black stock, his hair powdered
Charles Robertson (Irish, circa 1760-1821) An Officer of a Royal Regiment of Infantry, wearing scarlet coat with blue facings and collar, gold epaulette, white frilled chemise and stock, his hair powdered
Attributed to Edward Norgate (British, 1581-1650) John Harrison Senior (1552-1628), against a blue background, wearing black cloak, white pleated ruff, white cuff, gold and ruby ring, his right hand raised to his chest
Thomas Flatman (British, 1637-1688) A Gentleman, wearing black doublet and grey cloak finished with gold borders, the latter draped over his right shoulder, white lawn collar drawn with tassels, his natural hair falling over his shoulders
Circle of Matthew Snelling (British, 1621-1678) A lady, called Lady Frances Whitmore, standing before dark green drapery and a landscape vista, wearing burnt umber robe over white lace chemise, pearl necklace and teardrop pearl earring, her dark hair partially upswept and dressed with strands of pearls and an ivory veilnext page
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