1 edition of Biographical catalogue of the portraits at Panshanger, the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G. found in the catalog.
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Biographical catalogue of the portraits at Panshanger, the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G by Boyle, Mary Louisa, Publication date Topics Cowper, Francis Thomas De Grey, Sir,Portraits Publisher London: Elliot Stock Collection getty; americana Biographical catalogue of the portraits at Panshanger, the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G.
(London: Elliot Stock, ), by Mary Louisa Boyle (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Greek & Roman portraits B.C. - A.D. (Boston, ), by Boston Museum of Fine Arts (page images at HathiTrust; US access only)?type=lcsubc&key=Bleecker, Ann Eliza.
The Gore Family with George, third Earl Cowper Alternate Title(s) Biographical catalogue of the portraits at Panshanger the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G., E. Stock, London,pp.N G7 C68 B68 An illustrated catalogue of the second National Loan Exhibition, Woman and M.L.
Boyle, Biographical catalogue of the portraits at Panshanger the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G., Londonp. Catalogue Note With van Dyck's departure to Genoa inde Vos, along with Gaspar de Crayer, quickly became the leading portrait artist in :// Peniston was an early disappointment to his mother, taking after his father in many respects, 'both moral and physical' (M.
Boyle, Biographical Catalogue of the Portraits at Panshanger the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G.,p), although both Lord and Lady Melbourne conducted numerous affairs outside their marriage. Of their six children who From an early age Peniston was Lord Melbourne's idol and was said to resemble him 'in many points, both moral and physical' (see M.
Boyle, Biographical Catalogue of the Portraits at Panshanger the seat of Earl Cowper, K.G., London,p. Peniston showed no predilection for politics or public life, which his brother William delighted :// Painted for Peter, 5th Earl Cowper (), Panshanger, and by descent to K.G.
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NOTES William Cowper, the celebrated poet, was great nephew of William, 1st Earl Cowper, and thus a second cousin of George Nassau, 3rd Earl Cowper, who granted him a pension of œ40 a year in The 3rd Earl's second son, the 5th Earl, was a patron of Jackson commissioning a number of copies and posthumous portraits of his brother, the 4th Biographical Catalogue of the Portraits at Panshanger, the Seat of Earl Cowper, K.G.
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