Philadelphia and Elizabeth Wharton.The only Daughters of Philip Lord Wharton, by Elizabeth his First Lady. In the Drawing Room at Houghton.
Ex Museo Sereniss. Domini de Wharton. [n.d. c.1770.]
Line engraving with small margins, plate 520 x 330mm (20½ x 13").
Portrait of Philadelphia and Elizabeth Wharton, daughters of Philip, Lord Wharton, as children, standing by a curtain with landscape in the background. Elizabeth, Countess of Lindsay, and Philadelphia Wharton (c.1636-1707). Engraved from the portrait by van Dyck, which at this time was part of the collection formed at Houghton by Robert Walpole, before the collection was purchased by Catherine the Great and installed at the Hermitage in St Petersberg.
For an earlier impression see ref. 21542
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