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Sir Thomas Lawrence. Mr and Mrs John Allnutt with Their Daughter Anna. Chalk on paper. 50.5 x 35.5 cm. Stanford University Museum and Art Gallery, Stanford, CA, USA

Mr and Mrs John Allnutt with Their Daughter Anna. Chalk on paper. Stanford University Museum and Art Gallery, Stanford, CA, USA

Countess Therese Czernin nee Orsini und Rosenberg by Sir Thomas Lawrence (private collection) From www.matthiesengallery.com

Countess Therese Czernin nee Orsini und Rosenberg by Sir Thomas Lawrence (private collection)

1814 Lady Bagot, Lady Fitzroy Somerset Later Lady Raglan, and Lady Burghersh Later Countess of Westmorland by Sir Thomas Lawrence (private collection)This Lawrence portrait shows the three Wellesly-Pole sisters wearing three comparable dresses.

1814 Lady Mary Charlotte Anne Bagot, Emily Lady Harriet Fitzroy Somerset later Lady Raglan, and Lady Priscilla Anne Burghersh, later Countess of Westmorland by Sir Thomas Lawrence (private collection)

1819 - Countess Therese Czernin nee Orsini und Rosenberg by Sir Thomas Lawrence

Countess Therese Czernin nee Orsini und Rosenberg by Sir Thomas Lawrence (private collection)

Portrait of William Spencer Cavendish, 6th Duke of Devonshire – by Sir Thomas Lawrence – c.1820-1829.

Portrait of William Spencer Cavendish, aka "Hart," the Duke of Devonshire – by Sir Thomas Lawrence –

Sir Thomas Lawrence - A Portrait of The Honourable George Fane (1819-1848) later Lord Burghersh, when a boy.

Portrait Of The Hon, George Fane - Later Lord Burghersh, When A Boy - Sir Thomas Lawrence

Sophia,_Lady_Burdett_by_Sir_Thomas_Lawrence.jpg (2400×3874) Sir Francis's wife, Angela's Mother, nee Coutts

1793 (after) Sophia, Lady Burdett by Sir Thomas Lawrence (National Portrait Gallery - London UK)

Thomas Tyndall with wife and Children by Thomas Beach c.1800 This Tyndall family was prominent in Bristol, where they lived in an estate called Royal Fort, later Fort Royal (now part of the University of Bristol).

1800 ca Thomas Tyndall with wife and Children by Thomas Beach This Tyndall family was prominent in Bristol, where they lived in an estate called Royal Fort, later Fort Royal (now part of the University of Bristol).

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