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Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Portrait of John and Elizabeth Lloyd Cadwalader and their Daughter Anne by Charles Willson Peale (Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, PA, USA)

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Portrait of Hannah Lambert Cadwalader (1712-1788) Made in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States, North and Central America 1772 Charles Willson Peale, American, 1741 - 1827 Oil on canvas 50 3/4 x 40 7/8 inches (128.9 x 103.8 cm) Currently not on view 1983-90-2

Mary Rutledge Smith and Son Edward, London, England, 1786. George Romney (English, 1734–1802). Romney painted this portrait in England during 15 sittings between January & May1786, at a cost of 104 pounds-18 shillings. The sitter was the wife of Colonel Roger Smith (born in England 1785), and is shown with their son Edward Nutt Smith, the twelfth of the couple’s 13 children. When the family returned to Charleston in 1788, they brought the painting with them.

"Portrait of Joseph Gulston and his Brother John Gulston" by Francis Cotes (1754) at the J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles - These two brothers are actually quite far apart in age: Joseph, the elder, was thirteen years old, while John, the younger, was only four and had not yet been put into his breeches. The age difference is not just apparent in their dress, but their mannerisms, with John's being the more childishly spontaneous of the two.

Portrait of Mrs. Henrietta Morris and Her Son John 1777 Oil on canvas George Romney (1734 - 1802)

Elizabeth Herbert, Countess of Pembroke (1737-1831) and her son George, Lord Herbert (1759-1827), 1764-67 - Sir Joshua Reynolds