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George, 4th Earl of Aberdeen  by Thomas Lawrence (after)  Collection: The National Trust for Scotland

George, 4th Earl of Aberdeen by Thomas Lawrence (after) Collection: The National Trust for Scotland

Sir Thomas Lawrence  Mary Hamilton (1789)  This important drawing of Mary Hamilton is arguably the most beautiful female portrait of its type remaining in England. Lawrence was great friends with William Hamilton (1751-1801), a history and portrait painter and Royal Academician. They used to draw together in the evenings from antique casts while William’s wife Mary read to them ‘either poetry, history, or works of the imagination’. This portrait was exhibited at the Royal Academy

Sir Thomas Lawrence Mary Hamilton (1789) This important drawing of Mary Hamilton is arguably the most beautiful female portrait of its type remaining in England. Lawrence was great friends with William Hamilton (1751-1801), a history and portrait painter and Royal Academician. They used to draw together in the evenings from antique casts while William’s wife Mary read to them ‘either poetry, history, or works of the imagination’. This portrait was exhibited at the Royal Academy

Lady Maria Conyngham (detail) / Sir Thomas Lawrence / Oil on canvas, ca. 1824-25 / The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Lady Maria Conyngham (detail) / Sir Thomas Lawrence / Oil on canvas, ca. 1824-25 / The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Master Lampton by Thomas Lawrence (1769 – 1830, English)  Master Charles William Lambton's portrait was  painted for his father Lord Durham for 600 guineas and known as The Red Boy. Unfortunately, Charles died young.  His painting is now is LA.

Master Lampton by Thomas Lawrence (1769 – 1830, English) Master Charles William Lambton's portrait was painted for his father Lord Durham for 600 guineas and known as The Red Boy. Unfortunately, Charles died young. His painting is now is LA.

(MATTHEW PRITCHARD) Portrait of Hart Davis, Jr., by Sir Thomas Lawrence. Private collection.

(MATTHEW PRITCHARD) Portrait of Hart Davis, Jr., by Sir Thomas Lawrence. Private collection.

1814 Lydia Elizabeth Hoare, Lady Acland and children by Sir Thomas Lawrence (Killerton - Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

1814 Lydia Elizabeth Hoare, Lady Acland and children by Sir Thomas Lawrence (Killerton - Broadclyst, Exeter, Devon UK) | Grand Ladies | gogm

Sir Thomas Lawrence Portrait of Princess Dorothea von Lieven - Benckendorff Oil on Canvas ca.1815

Sir Thomas Lawrence Portrait of Princess Dorothea von Lieven - Benckendorff Oil on Canvas ca.1815

Elizabeth Farren portrait,  Sir Thomas Lawrence - Beautiful close-ups!

Elizabeth Farren portrait, Sir Thomas Lawrence - Beautiful close-ups!

The Calmady Children - a close up - by Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1823. Another look - they always made me happy. Both led long lives, and here Lawrence captures a vitality and excitement about the life that awaits. I can read in class things, sure, but what about joy of life? It's what this painting is about.

The Calmady Children - a close up - by Sir Thomas Lawrence, 1823. Another look - they always made me happy. Both led long lives, and here Lawrence captures a vitality and excitement about the life that awaits. I can read in class things, sure, but what about joy of life? It's what this painting is about.

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