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Rinaldo and Armida. François Boucher, 1734

The beautiful Elizabeth, Duchess-Countess of Sutherland (oil on canvas painting by George Romney, 1782). According to Wellesley, she was the "great ornament" of Pitt's society. Source: The Croker Papers, volume 2, pg. 295 (from a letter written by Wellesley).

Portrait Of A Woman, Said To Be Adrienne Lecouvreur by (after) Alexis-Simon Belle, no date (Adrienne Lecouvreur (5 April 1692 – 20 March 1730) was a French actress)

Emma Hart at Prayer by George Romney EH Kenwood House

Moses Haughton (1734-1804) - "Sigismonda and the Heart of Guiscardo "

Mercury (Hermes) Entrusting The Infant Bacchus To The Nymphs of Nysa, François Boucher, 1734.

George Romney, Portrait of Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, possibly as a Figure in 'Fortune Telling', c. 1782-84, Oil on canvas, 49.5 x 40 cm (Tate); 19th-c. prints at NPG