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The Honourable Lady Eliza Dalrymple-Hay seated on a chair, with dark brown ringlets, wearing a lace-trimmed white dress with a blue sash, a rose at her corsage. The sitter was the daughter of William John, 9th Baron Napier. She married Rear-Admiral Sir John Charles Dalrymple-Hay, RN on 18th August 1847.

English Heritage, Kenwood

London

Title

The Honourable Lady Eliza Dalrymple-Hay (d.1901)

Date

1848

Medium

watercolour on ivory

Measurements

H 20 x W 15 cm

Accession number

88421382

Acquisition method

accepted by HM Government in 2021 under the Cultural Gifts Scheme from Bryony Cohen and allocated to Historic England

Work type

Miniature

Signature/marks description

Signed and dated.

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