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Suzi Love • 2 years ago

1819 - Pope Pius VII (1742-1823) by Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830) Commissioned by George IV in 1819 for £525 Thomas Lawrence dominated the art of portrait painting in England for forty years, undertaking commissions for the future George IV from 1814.

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