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1715, Nicolas de Largilliere

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Young Big Wig! Portrait of a Young Man  by Michael Dahl I (circle of) (1659-1743)

Young Big Wig! Portrait of a Young Man by Michael Dahl I (circle of) (1659-1743)

Henry Davenport III as a Young Man by Jan van der Vaart , 1699

Henry Davenport III as a Young Man by Jan van der Vaart , 1699

Philippe Néricault (1680–1754), known by his stage name of Destouches, French dramatist, 1741, by Nicolas de Largillière

Philippe Néricault (1680–1754), known by his stage name of Destouches, French dramatist, 1741, by Nicolas de Largillière

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH* (1727-1788) PORTRAIT OF CAPTAIN PHIPPS, HALF LENGTH, IN NAVAL UNIFORM

THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH* (1727-1788) PORTRAIT OF CAPTAIN PHIPPS, HALF LENGTH, IN NAVAL UNIFORM

The anatomist Bernhard Siegfried Albinus, circa 1740, attributed to Nicolas de Largilliere (1656-1746)

The anatomist Bernhard Siegfried Albinus, circa 1740, attributed to Nicolas de Largilliere (1656-1746)

Nicolas de Largilliere

Nicolas de Largilliere

Sir Jeffery Amherst, General in Chief of the British forces in North America in 1759 - "Sir Jeffery Amherst (later Baron Amherst) led the army that forced the French to withdraw from Ticonderoga that year in 1759. In 1760, he led the three Anglo-American armies that converged on Montreal in September 1760, forcing the final surrender of New France. This 1766 print shows Amherst wearing the star of a knight of the Order of the Bath, an honour he was given in 1761."

Sir Jeffery Amherst, General in Chief of the British forces in North America in 1759 - "Sir Jeffery Amherst (later Baron Amherst) led the army that forced the French to withdraw from Ticonderoga that year in 1759. In 1760, he led the three Anglo-American armies that converged on Montreal in September 1760, forcing the final surrender of New France. This 1766 print shows Amherst wearing the star of a knight of the Order of the Bath, an honour he was given in 1761."

Squire Morland with his gun and dog (and a dead bird), c.1773 by James Miller

Squire Morland with his gun and dog (and a dead bird), c.1773 by James Miller

Jeanne Cecile de Guay Montgermon, 1715  (Nicolas de Largilliere) (1656-1746) (Cincinatti Art Museum)

Jeanne Cecile de Guay Montgermon, 1715 (Nicolas de Largilliere) (1656-1746) (Cincinatti Art Museum)

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