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    Pickering painting 1753, large print, square neckline, stomacher, bertha, revers, panners, flared sleeves, engageantes

    • Jane Bexon

      PICKERING (1755) Eleanor Dixie. Nottingham."Artist: Henry Pickering (fl.1740-1771) Title: Portrait of Eleanor Frances Dixie, daughter of Wolstan Dixie, 4th Baronet Description English: Eleanor wear a bergere hat and a brocaded silk dress with a sack back Date circa 1753 Medium oil on canvas Current location: Unknown Source/Photographer: Nottingham City Museums & Galleries

    • Freya Scoggins

      Portrait of Eleanor Frances Dixie, painted circa 1753, by Henry Pickering, wearing a bergere hat and a brocaded silk dress with a sack back

    • Solange Spilimbergo Volpe

      ❤ - ca. 1753 Eleanor Frances Dixie, daughter of Wolstan Dixie, 4th Baronetby by Henry Pickering (Nottingham City Museums & Galleries)

    • Lena Nilson

      Portrait of Eleanor Frances Dixie 1753 - Henry Pickering -, the largest gallery in the world

    • Sydney O'Dear

      Henry Pickering (fl.1740-1771)- Portrait of Eleanor Frances Dixie, daughter of Wolstan Dixie, 4th Baronet, circa 1753 - Nottingham City Museums & Galleries

    • Cassidy

      "Eleanor Frances Dixie", Henry Pickering, ca. 1753; Nottingham City Museums & Galleries NCM 1894-112

    • Cynthia Naughton

      Eleanor Frances Dixie by Henry Pickering - Bergère hat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    • Jessie Wong

      Eleanor Frances Dixie Baroque 18th century rococo

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