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Sampler-Book: or Needlework Pattern-Book of Mrs. Phelita Millward

Sampler-Book: or Needlework Pattern-Book of Mrs. Phelita Millward

Designed by Phelita Millward (British, active 17th century)

Gerrit Duyckinck - Mrs. Augustus Jay

Gerrit Duyckinck - Mrs. Augustus Jay

Attributed to Gerrit Duyckinck (1660–ca. 1712)

Shop Card for Mrs. Holt's Italian Warehouse

Shop Card for Mrs. Holt's Italian Warehouse

William Hogarth (British, London 1697–1764 London)

Mrs. Vanderbank, 18th century

Mrs. Vanderbank, 18th century

Christian Friedrich Zincke (German, Dresden 1683/85–1767 London)

John Wollaston - Mrs. Cadwallader Colden

John Wollaston - Mrs. Cadwallader Colden

John Wollaston (Anglo-American, active 1733—67)

John Wollaston - Mrs. Joseph Reade

John Wollaston - Mrs. Joseph Reade

John Wollaston (Anglo-American, active 1733—67)

Jeremiah Theus - Mrs. Gabriel Manigault

Jeremiah Theus - Mrs. Gabriel Manigault

Jeremiah Theus (American, Chur, 1716–1774 Charleston, South Carolina)

John Smart - Mrs. Caroline Deas

John Smart - Mrs. Caroline Deas

John Smart (British, Norfolk 1741–1811 London)

John Smart - Mrs. Comyns, 18th century

John Smart - Mrs. Comyns, 18th century

John Smart (British, Norfolk 1741–1811 London)

Joseph Blackburn - Mrs. Samuel Cutts

Joseph Blackburn - Mrs. Samuel Cutts

For the pendant to his portrait of Samuel Cutts (1979.196.1), Blackburn demonstrated his expertise as a drapery painter. The lace-trimmed gown of silk damask was not Mrs. Cutts’s own but was copied from a Briti... More

William Johnston - Mrs. Samuel Gardiner

William Johnston - Mrs. Samuel Gardiner

William Johnston (1732–1772)

Mrs. Andrew Symmes (Lydia Gale)

Mrs. Andrew Symmes (Lydia Gale)

Lydia Gale (1743/44-1770) married Colonel Andrew Symmes in 1763.

John Hesselius - Mrs. Richard Galloway

John Hesselius - Mrs. Richard Galloway

John Hesselius (1728–1778)

John Singleton Copley - Mrs. Ebenezer Storer (Mary Edwards)

John Singleton Copley - Mrs. Ebenezer Storer (Mary Edwards)

John Singleton Copley (American, Boston, Massachusetts 1738–1815 London)

A few thoughts compose’d on the sudden & awful death of Mrs. Fessenden, wife of Mr. Nathanael Fessenden, of Cambridge, who was shot May 30, 1770. Boston: Printed and sold in Milk-Street 1770.

A few thoughts compose’d on the sudden & awful death of Mrs. Fessenden...

Positive Photostat.; Verse.; Not in Evans.; Not in Ford. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Por... More

Charles Willson Peale - Mrs. Michael Taney (Monica Brooke)

Charles Willson Peale - Mrs. Michael Taney (Monica Brooke)

The sitter (?-1814), a daughter of Roger Brooke, was married to a tobacco planter in Calvert, Maryland. Charles Willson Peale (American, Chester, Maryland 1741–1827 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Henry Benbridge - Mrs. Benjamin Simons

Henry Benbridge - Mrs. Benjamin Simons

Henry Benbridge (American, Philadelphia 1743–1812 Philadelphia)

Matthew Pratt - Mrs. Peter De Lancey

Matthew Pratt - Mrs. Peter De Lancey

Matthew Pratt (1734–1805)

Figure of Mrs. Catherine Macaulay

Figure of Mrs. Catherine Macaulay

Chelsea Factory (ca. 1745–1784) Made in London, England

John Smart - Mrs. Charlotte Lennox

John Smart - Mrs. Charlotte Lennox

John Smart (British, Norfolk 1741–1811 London)

Mrs. George Baldwin (Jane Maltass, 1763–1839)

Mrs. George Baldwin (Jane Maltass, 1763–1839)

Workshop of Sir Joshua Reynolds (British, Plympton 1723–1792 London)

Mrs. Peter De Lancey (Elizabeth Colden, 1720–1784)

Mrs. Peter De Lancey (Elizabeth Colden, 1720–1784)

George Engleheart (British, Kew 1750–1829 Blackheath)

Mrs. MacPherson's most respectful compliments to Mr. M'Clennachan, and would be extremely obliged to him, if he would give up any farther pursuit after Mount Pleasant, as it would add a great deal to the happiness of her and her dear family. Mon

Mrs. MacPherson's most respectful compliments to Mr. M'Clennachan, and...

Imprint 2.; M'Clennachan, Blair.; Not in Evans.; On verso: Mr. Michael Hillgor. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed ... More

John Downman - Mrs. Palmer, 18th century

John Downman - Mrs. Palmer, 18th century

John Downman (British, Ruabon, Wales 1750–1824 Wrexham, Wales)

Mrs. Robertson (Margaret Berry), 1720–1795

Mrs. Robertson (Margaret Berry), 1720–1795

Thomas Engleheart (British, 1745–1786)

Mrs. Fitzherbert, 18th century

Mrs. Fitzherbert, 18th century

J. Cook (British, active 1780s)

Mrs. William Few (Catherine Nicholson)

Mrs. William Few (Catherine Nicholson)

Mrs. William Few (1764-1854) sat for Ramage in Philadelphia with her husband (2006.235.154). John Ramage (Ireland ca. 1748–1802 Montreal)

I'll tell you what! That "such things are" we must allow, but such things never were till now / / H. Wigstead, delt., British Cartoon Print

I'll tell you what! That "such things are" we must allow, but such thi...

Print shows playwright Elizabeth Inchbald writing "puffs" at a table with a bottle of gin and the writings of Aristotle, Rochester, and Congreve as a dog defecates on a paper on the floor. The title refers to t... More

Don Dismallo running the literary gantlet, British Cartoon Print

Don Dismallo running the literary gantlet, British Cartoon Print

Print shows Edmund Burke in fools dress receiving lashes on his bare back as he runs a gauntlet of his peers which also includes Justice holding a sword, and Liberty, with staff topped with a liberty cap, who h... More

Mrs. Tō, Japan, Edo period

Mrs. Tō, Japan, Edo period

Isoda Koryūsai (Japanese, 1735–ca. 1790) Edo period (1615–1868)

Mrs. Gulian Ludlow (Maria Ludlow)

Mrs. Gulian Ludlow (Maria Ludlow)

Maria Ludlow (1772-1848) married her second cousin Gulian Ludlow (26.125.1) in 1792. John Ramage (Ireland ca. 1748–1802 Montreal)

Tom Jones & the Landlord, Partridge & Susan, Mrs Waters & the Landlady, from "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" by Henry Fielding

Tom Jones & the Landlord, Partridge & Susan, Mrs Waters & the Landlady...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Tom Jones Rescues Mrs Waters from the Violence of Northerton, from "The History of Tom Jones, a Foundling" by Henry Fielding

Tom Jones Rescues Mrs Waters from the Violence of Northerton, from "Th...

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

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