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Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

(died 1781), Courtesan and mistress of Sir Charles Bunbury

Sitter associated with 14 portraits

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Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Watson, sold by  Ryland and Bryer, after  Katharine Read - NPG D10660

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Watson, sold by Ryland and Bryer, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, after 1767
NPG D10660

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Watson, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3401

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Watson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, after 1767
NPG D3401

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Wilson, after  Katharine Read - NPG D10661

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D10661

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Wilson, after  Katharine Read - NPG D36835

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D36835

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Wilson, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3396

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Wilson, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3396

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), published by John Bowles, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3397

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

published by John Bowles, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3397

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), published by John Bowles, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3398

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

published by John Bowles, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3398

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), published by John Bowles, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3399

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

published by John Bowles, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3399

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), published by John Bowles, after  Katharine Read - NPG D3400

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

published by John Bowles, after Katharine Read
mezzotint, 1770s
NPG D3400

Miss Kennedy (probably Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)), by Thomas Watson, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D21299

Miss Kennedy (probably Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones))

by Thomas Watson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1771 (1770)
NPG D21299

Miss Kennedy (probably Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)), by and published by Thomas Watson, and published by  Henry Parker, and  Samuel Hooper, and  Walter Shropshire, after  Sir Joshua Reynolds - NPG D36834

Miss Kennedy (probably Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones))

by and published by Thomas Watson, and published by Henry Parker, and Samuel Hooper, and Walter Shropshire, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1771 (1770)
NPG D36834

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by James Watson, after  Hugh Douglas Hamilton - NPG D36836

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by James Watson, after Hugh Douglas Hamilton
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D36836

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by Robert Laurie, printed for  Robert Sayer, after  Hugh Douglas Hamilton - NPG D1532

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by Robert Laurie, printed for Robert Sayer, after Hugh Douglas Hamilton
mezzotint, published 20 October 1771
NPG D1532

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones), by Valentine Green, after  Edward Francis Cunningham (Calze) - NPG D3370

Polly Kennedy (Polly Jones)

by Valentine Green, after Edward Francis Cunningham (Calze)
mezzotint, published 1771
NPG D3370

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