Charlotte Sophia (1744–1818), Queen Consort of George III

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The Queen holds a drawing of the library. Later she contributed to the rebuilding of the front quad after the fire of 1778.

Henry Morland, portrait painter and picture dealer, had established a London portrait practice by 1754.

The Queen's College, University of Oxford



Charlotte Sophia (1744–1818), Queen Consort of George III


oil on canvas


H 124 x W 99 cm

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gift from John Thomas, Chaplain-in-ordinary to the Queen and afterwards Bishop of Rochester, 1765

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