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Creator after Sir Joshua Reynolds RA, 1723–1792, British

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Collective Title Iconographie Anglaise par Reynolds et Autres

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Charles Spooner Lady Selina Hastings (née Shirley), Countess of Huntington
Charles Spooner, c.1720–1767, Irish
Lady Selina Hastings (née Shirley), Countess of Huntington
1759
Charles Spooner Lady Selina Hastings (née Shirley), Countess of Huntington
Charles Spooner, c.1720–1767, Irish
Lady Selina Hastings (née Shirley), Countess of Huntington
1759
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Venus Childing Cupid
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Venus Childing Cupid
1784
John Keyse Sherwin Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton) as Roxalana in "The Sultan"
John Keyse Sherwin, c.1751–1790, British
Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton) as Roxalana in "The Sultan"
1791
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Prudence
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Prudence
1782
Thomas Chambars Mrs. Quarrington as St. Agnes
Thomas Chambars, ca. 1724–1789, British
Mrs. Quarrington as St. Agnes
1787
unknown artist Mrs. Frances Abington, (née Barton)
unknown artist
Mrs. Frances Abington, (née Barton)
1814
Richard Purcell Mary Hale (née Chaloner), as Euphrosyne in 'L'Allegro'
Print made by Richard Purcell, active 1746–1766, Irish
Mary Hale (née Chaloner), as Euphrosyne in 'L'Allegro'
undated
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Faith
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Faith
1781
Joseph Grozer The Death of Dido
Joseph Grozer, ca. 1755–1798, British
The Death of Dido
1796
Charles Spooner Lady Selina (née Shirley) Hastings, Countess of Huntington
Charles Spooner, c.1720–1767, Irish
Lady Selina (née Shirley) Hastings, Countess of Huntington
1759
James Wilson Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton)
James Wilson, c.1735–c.1786
Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton)
umdated
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: Shepherd Boy and Dog, Part Nativity Window
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: Shepherd Boy and Dog, Part Nativity Window
1785
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Temperance
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Temperance
1782
James Wilson Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton)
James Wilson, c.1735–c.1786
Mrs. Frances Abington (née Barton)
undated
Thomas Park Dr. John Thomas, Lord Bishop of Rochester
Thomas Park, ca. 1760–1834, British
Dr. John Thomas, Lord Bishop of Rochester
1788
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Charity
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Charity
1781
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Hope
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Hope
1781
George Siegmund Facius West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Justice
George Siegmund Facius, 1750–1804
West Window of the Chapel, New College Oxford: The Virtues - Justice
1782
James Watson Elizabeth (née Dashwood) Montague, With Her Son, George Montague, Viscount Mandeville
James Watson, 1740–1790, British
Elizabeth (née Dashwood) Montague, With Her Son, George Montague, Viscount Mandeville
1770
James Watson Mrs. Frances Abington
James Watson, 1740–1790, British
Mrs. Frances Abington
ca.1769
Edward Fisher Lady Sarah Bunbury, Pouring Libations to the Graces
Edward Fisher, 1722–1785, British
Lady Sarah Bunbury, Pouring Libations to the Graces
1766
James Ward Mrs. Elizabeth Billington as St. Cecilia
James Ward, 1769–1859, British
Mrs. Elizabeth Billington as St. Cecilia
1803