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Philip Mercier (c.1689-1760)  Portrait of a young woman, possibly Hannah, the artist's maid, holding a tea tray signed 'Ph. Mercier. fecit.' (lower left)  oil on canvas  36 x 28 in. (91.6 x 71.1 cm.)

Philip Mercier Portrait of a young woman, possibly Hannah, the artist's maid, holding a tea tray signed 'Ph.' (lower left) oil on canvas 36 x 28 in.

Domestick Employment, Knitting; A young woman sitting directed to left, looking up towards the viewer, knitting with a ball of wool in her lap, wearing a voluminous dark gown with white fichu and cuffs, and a frilled cap; after Mercier.  Mezzotint    Inscriptions  Inscription Content: Lettered below the image with the title and 'Philip Mercier Pinx.t // Printed for Rob.t Sayer, at the Golden Buck in Fleet Street, London.' c1760s; British Museum 2010,7081.972

A young woman sitting directed to left, looking up towards the viewer, knitting with a ball of wool in her lap, wearing a voluminous dark gown with white fichu and cuffs, and a frilled cap; after Mercier.

Allan Ramsay (1713-1784) - Portrait of a Lady. Oil on Canvas. Circa 1740-1745…

1740 Allan Ramsay - Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Jenny Cameron of Lochiel

"A young woman shown three-quarter length turned slightly to left, looking towards the viewer, carrying a tea-tray at waist-level, wearing a lace cap attached under the chin after Mercier". 1744 Mezzotint

A young woman shown three-quarter length turned slightly to left, looking towards the viewer, carrying a tea-tray at waist-level, wearing a lace cap attached under the chin after Mercier.

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Portrait miniature of Mrs. Russell, nee Cox 1781 John Smart Watercolour on ivory.

Detail from The Beaumont Family, 1777/9 by George Romney.

Detail from The Beaumont Family, by George Romney. Marlow and Hastings (Portrait)

Philippe Mercier - The Sense of Smell, Oil on canvas, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection.

HISTORICAL WHITE & PRINTED DRESSES

Alexandra, Princess of Wales wife of Edward VII by Richard Lauchert. (Alexandra in her youth and looking radiantly beautiful)

Portrait of a young woman, bust-length, turned to the right, wearing a bonnet.  c.1761 Crayon manner printed in red

Louis-Marin Bonnet after Jean-Baptiste Greuze Head of a Young Woman Wearing a Cap, before 1764 National Portrait Gallery DC

Figuration Feminine: Portrait of a Woman, 1761, by de Gasc, Anna Rosina (1713-1783)

Polish Female Painter Anna Rosina Lisiewska Portrait of a woman,

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