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Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan (1783?-1859), Novelist

Sitter in 6 portraits
Novelist; born in Dublin; published verse and Irish songs; The Wild Irish Girl, 1806, established her fame as a novelist and she wrote several more novels on Irish themes; wrote successful accounts of her travels in France and Italy; the first woman to receive a government pension for services to the world of letters.

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D16113

Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan

published by Dean & Munday
stipple engraving, published 1816
NPG D16113

D20467

Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan

by Robert Cooper, after Samuel Lover
stipple and line engraving, 1825
NPG D20467

D39026

Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan

after Samuel Lover
stipple engraving, circa 1825
NPG D39026

D39027

Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan

by Robert Cooper, after Samuel Lover
stipple and line engraving, 1825
NPG D39027

D39028

Sydney Morgan (née Owenson), Lady Morgan

by James Henry Lynch, published by Thomas McLean, after Spiridone Gambardella
lithograph, published September 1855
NPG D39028

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