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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk (circa 1688-1767), Mistress of George II and architectural patron

Sitter in 9 portraits
Woman of the Bedchamber to the Princess of Wales; became mistress of George II; centre of a distinguished literary and courtly circle and close friend of Pope, Gay and Swift. Lord Pembroke designed her a Villa at Marble Hill, Twickenham, where she was a neighbour to Pope.

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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk

attributed to John Harris, after a painting attributed to Thomas Gibson
watercolour, (circa 1715-1725)
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk when Mrs Howard

by James Heath, after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, published 1798
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk

by Edward Scriven, after a painting attributed to Thomas Gibson
stipple engraving, published 1824 (circa 1715-1725)
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk when Mrs Howard

by John Faber Jr, after J. Peters
mezzotint, circa 1725-1750
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk when Mrs Howard

by James Heath, after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, published 1798
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk when Mrs Howard

by James Heath, after Unknown artist
stipple and line engraving, published 1798
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Henrietta Howard (née Hobart), Countess of Suffolk

by Edward Scriven, after a painting attributed to Thomas Gibson
stipple engraving, published 1824 (circa 1715-1725)
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