Mrs Goldsborough Anderson Charles Goldsborough Anderson (English, Oil on canvas. Anderson was a London portrait painter who exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy. His work can be seen at the Royal Exchange.
This lady is ready for a masquerade in her elaborate costume, her towering hair draped with a veil for mystery, & her mask in hand. ("Noblewoman with a Mask", attrib. to Charles-Amédée-Philippe van Loo (French Private collection.
Jean Jacques Caffieri Jean-Baptiste Greuze (French, Tournus Paris) Date: 1763 Medium: Oil on canvas Dimensions: Oval, 25 x 20 in. x cm) Classification: Paintings Credit Line: Bequest of Ethel Tod Humphrys, 1956 Accession Number:
The Keepsake by Kate Elizabeth Bunce, 1898 (detail). While I doubt that dragons would be a major Narnian motif (Unless perhaps in honor of King Gale?), the idea of large appliques on the bodice is intriguing. Hmm, perhaps its a gown from the Lone Islands.