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Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)

(1749-1828), Sculptor

Sitter in 10 portraits
Artist associated with 7 portraits
Amateur sculptor; she executed busts of George III, Fox and Nelson and of the actress, Elizabeth Farren. She inherited Strawberry Hill from her cousin, Horace Walpole.

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Elizabeth (née Farren), Countess of Derby, by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG 4469

Elizabeth (née Farren), Countess of Derby

by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
marble bust, circa 1788
On display in Room 20 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4469

Mary Berry, by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG 6395

Mary Berry

by Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
bronze bust, (1793)
NPG 6395

Elizabeth (née Farren), Countess of Derby, by John Jones, after and published by  James Roberts, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D35132

Elizabeth (née Farren), Countess of Derby

by John Jones, after and published by James Roberts, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
stipple engraving, published 31 March 1789
NPG D35132

Horatio Nelson, by Charles Knight, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D17804

Horatio Nelson

by Charles Knight, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
stipple engraving, published 1806
NPG D17804

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, drawn by  George Perfect Harding, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42589

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, drawn by George Perfect Harding, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1840
NPG D42589

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42590

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1857
NPG D42590

Mary Berry, by William Greatbach, published by  Richard Bentley, after  Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway) - NPG D42591

Mary Berry

by William Greatbach, published by Richard Bentley, after Anne Seymour Damer (née Conway)
mixed-method engraving and etching, published 1857
NPG D42591

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