Elizabeth of Great Britain (1770-1840), daughter of George III of the United Kingdom and his wife Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was married to Friedrich of Hesse-Homburg and they had no children.

teatimeatwinterpalace: The three eldest daughters... - marieantoinettesplayhouse

Elizabeth of Great Britain (1770-1840), daughter of George III of the United Kingdom and his wife Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was married to Friedrich of Hesse-Homburg and they had no children.

Mr and Mrs William Hallett (Thomas Gainsborough, 1785) Rococo opulence

Mr and Mrs William Hallett (Thomas Gainsborough, 1785) Rococo opulence

sollertias: “ Mary, Countess Howe by Thomas Gainsborough, ca. 1764 (detail) ”

sollertias: “ Mary, Countess Howe by Thomas Gainsborough, ca. 1764 (detail) ”

ca. 1765 Mrs. Edmund Morton Pleydell by Thomas Gainsborough

ca. 1765 Mrs. Edmund Morton Pleydell by Thomas Gainsborough

1784 Three eldest daughers of George III (Charlotte, Augusta and Elizabeth) by Gainsborough Dupont (1754-1797) after Thomas Gainsborough (Vi...

1784 Three eldest daughers of George III (Charlotte, Augusta and Elizabeth) by Gainsborough Dupont (1754-1797) after Thomas Gainsborough (Vi...

A portrait by Gainsborough of Mary Graham. Mary was Georgiana's closest friend (prior to Bess). Gee loved Mary ferociously.

A portrait by Gainsborough of Mary Graham. Mary was Georgiana's closest friend (prior to Bess). Gee loved Mary ferociously.

Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) Mrs Graham Oil on canvas c1775 69 x 89.5 cm

Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) Mrs Graham Oil on canvas c1775 69 x 89.5 cm

Lord John Augustus Hervey (1757–1796)  by Thomas Gainsborough       Date painted: c.1779

Lord John Augustus Hervey (1757–1796) by Thomas Gainsborough Date painted: c.1779

Thomas Gainsborough, The Painter’s Daughters with a Cat, c.1760-61, oil on canvas, The National Gallery Here are Mary and Margaret Gainsborough, aged between 9 and 10, and 8 and 9 respectively. The somewhat vicious-looking cat, referenced in the painting’s title, has been left unfinished.   Here they are again, those gorgeous little girls.  How lovely he sees them.

Thomas Gainsborough, The Painter’s Daughters with a Cat, c.1760-61, oil on canvas, The National Gallery Here are Mary and Margaret Gainsborough, aged between 9 and 10, and 8 and 9 respectively. The somewhat vicious-looking cat, referenced in the painting’s title, has been left unfinished. Here they are again, those gorgeous little girls. How lovely he sees them.

Mary, Countess of Howe | Thomas Gainsborough, c. 1764

Halloween Thrifting Challenge: Early Stuart Era (1603-1625)

Mary, Countess of Howe | Thomas Gainsborough, c. 1764

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