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Unidentified lady (1801-1881)
An oval facsimile miniature in watercolour on paper, probably with a photographic base, in an oval silver metal suspension frame, with the glazed front surrounded by cut brilliants and the flat metal back engraved with a central floral pattern within a corded metal edge moulding. The sitter is shown long bust-length, facing the viewer but with her head and gaze turned to her right. Sitter previously mistaken as being Horatia Nelson.
- Image reference: F9548-001
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London