Search the Collection

Princess Caroline Elizabeth (1713-1757), Third daughter of George II

Sitter associated with 14 portraits
Princess Caroline Elizabeth was a member of the British royal family, the fourth child and third daughter of George II. She was born at Hanover, Germany, and moved to Britain with her sisters in 1714 when her grandfather succeeded to the throne as George I. After the death of Queen Caroline in 1737 she took some responsibility for the upbringing of her younger sisters Mary and Louisa. Princess Caroline remained unmarried. Her health deteriorated in the 1750s and she died at the age of forty-four.

List Thumbnail

1556

'The Music Party'

by Philip Mercier
oil on canvas, 1733
NPG 1556

D9140

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Faber Jr, after Hans Hysing
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D9140

D32902

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Faber Jr, after Hans Hysing
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D32902

D33029

Children of King George II

published by Edward Cooper, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, circa 1715-1720
NPG D33029

D7955

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Simon, sold by Thomas Taylor, after Martin Maingaud
mezzotint, 1720-1726 (1720)
NPG D7955

D3023

The Royal Family of Great Britain

by Unknown artist
mezzotint, after 1724
NPG D3023

D32903

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by and published by John Simon, after Philip Mercier
mezzotint, 1728-1764 (1728)
NPG D32903

D7954

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Simon, sold by Henry Overton, after Philip Mercier
mezzotint, 1728-1764 (1728)
NPG D7954

D27409

King George I; King George II; Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by and published by John Simon, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D27409

D27410

King George I; King George II; Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by and published by John Simon, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D27410

D7957

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Faber Jr, after Hans Hysing
mezzotint, mid 18th century
NPG D7957

D7956

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

by John Faber Jr, after Hans Hysing
mezzotint, 1734-1779
NPG D7956

D10793

Princess Caroline Elizabeth

after Jacopo Amigoni
line engraving, circa 1735
NPG D10793

D39141

'Frederick, Prince of Wales, and the Princesses, his sisters'

by John Cook, published by Richard Bentley, after Thomas Charles Wageman, after Philip Mercier
line engraving, published 1843 (1733?)
NPG D39141

Place

Tell us moreback to top

Can you tell us more about this person? Spotted an error, something missing, or do you know anything that we don't know? If you have any information to share please complete the form below

What can you tell us?close

There are occasions when we are unsure of the identity of a sitter or artist, their life dates, occupation or have not recorded their family relationships. Sometimes we have not recorded the date of a portrait. Do you have specialist knowledge or a particular interest about any aspect of the portrait or sitter or artist that you can share with us? We would welcome any information that adds to and enhances our information and understanding about a particular portrait, sitter or artist.

Citationclose

How do you know this? Please could you let us know your source of information.

* Permission to publish (Privacy information)
Privacy Informationclose

The National Portrait Gallery will NOT use your information to contact you or store for any other purpose than to investigate or display your contribution. By ticking permission to publish you are indicating your agreement for your contribution to be shown on this collection item page. Please note your email address will not be displayed on the page nor will it be used for any marketing material or promotion of any kind.

Please ensure your comments are relevant and appropriate. Your contributions must be polite and with no intention of causing trouble. All contributions are moderated.

Your nameclose

If you tick permission to publish your name will appear above your contribution on our website.

Your Emailclose

Contributions are moderated. We'll need your email address so that we can follow up on the information provided and contact you to let you know when your contribution has been published.