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Louisa Demont (active 1814-1820), Witness at the trial of Queen Caroline

Sitter associated with 5 portraits

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D10954

Louisa Demont

by Thomas Wright, after Abraham Wivell
stipple engraving, published 1820
NPG D10954

D8873

Louisa Demont

by R. Page
stipple engraving, circa 1820
NPG D8873

D17917a

The Modern Genius of History at her Toilet

attributed to Theodore Lane, published by George Humphrey
etching, published 20 May 1821
NPG D17917a

D17918a

Installation of a Knight Companion of the Bath

attributed to Theodore Lane, published by George Humphrey
etching, published 1 June 1821
NPG D17918a

D17924a

The Long & the Short of the Tale, -or-, the whole of the Concern

attributed to Theodore Lane, published by George Humphrey
etching, published 1 January 1821
NPG D17924a

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