Product images of Lady Emma Hamilton (1761-1815)
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Lady Emma Hamilton (1761-1815)
A circular miniature in a gilt suspension frame representing Emma Hamilton, bust length, turned to her left but facing out to the viewer. She wears a white dress with an off-white muslin or silk shawl held over her head by a chaplet of flowers and leaves. The image is in watercolour, with the figure against a green/brown background, and is a copy, probably from a print, of a Romney portrait which is an 1803 print version.
- Image reference: F9498
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Nelson-Ward Collection