I'm going to say Mr. and Mrs. Hallett?
The Honorable Mary Graham - that white plume was the giveaway. One of my favs!
Susan is right, that is obviously Mrs. Graham. Give us a hard one!
yeah, susan got it right. its mrs graham... that was so easy...
Good one Heather! I would never have known if I hadn't looked up Thomas Gainsborough on the web.
Beautiful Mrs Graham.
WOW I just read your old post on Mary "tart of the week" what a sad, but interesting story. I would live to read her biography you were talking about. Also I was shocked that her portrait wasnt discovered until 1857! 65 YEARS after her death!!! What a shocker. And the fact that her corpse was molested by the French... GOD what nasty time France was back in the 1790's and early 1800's
Those who said Mary Graham are correctamungo! The Honourable Mrs Thomas Graham, 1775-77 @Mythosidhe, I had to start out easy. The next one won't be so easy Muahahaha@MJ, The biography isn't out but will hopefully be soon! I just know it will be amazing because it is my former adviser who is writing it and who could argue with the amazing subject matter? Last time we chatted (a year ago, goodness) I was assured I'd get some good sneak peaks to chat about on here.
First of all sorry for not having posted any comment here lately.Secondly, CONGRATULATIONS FOR YOUR BOOK!!!And last, of course I am going to buy it but I want and autograph copy! So could you be so kind and e-mail me saying how can I do it?
Wow, I just stumbled upon your blog by accident, while browsing the internet for eighteenth century portraits. Love it! Keep up the good work! - Norwegian girl studying history and British literature.
@Fabu, Thank you! I emailed you back, hopefully you got it.@Johanne, Thank you very much! Feel free to stick around!