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Harriet Harding (d.1880)

Photo credit: Museum of Farnham

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Harriet Harding was born in 1813, the daughter of James and Mary Harding who lived in Farnham in West Street. Harriet died a spinster in 1880. In the painting she is facing slightly to the left and sitting down. She is wearing a dark orange-red off-the-shoulder dress with large puff sleeves and a small gold brooch in the centre of the neck. White lace just shows around the neckline. Her hair is in ringlets down to her shoulders.

Museum of Farnham

Farnham

  • Date

    c.1835

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    76 x 64 cm

  • Accession number

    A002.29

  • Acquisition method

    gift from Geoffrey Box, 2002

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