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Isabella (née de Nassau), Countess of Arlington (1631-1718), Wife of 1st Earl of Arlington

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Isabella van Beverweerd or Elizabeth married Henry Bennet, later Earl of Arlington in 1666. Lely's portrait was commissioned to celebrate the marriage. The Countess of Arlington was prominent at the court of Charles II and with her husband was influential in promoting mistresses as tokens of political alliance.

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Isabella (née de Nassau), Countess of Arlington

after Sir Peter Lely, published by Alexander Browne
mezzotint, circa 1684
NPG D30524


Isabella (née de Nassau), Countess of Arlington

published by Alexander Browne, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1684
NPG D11423


Isabella (née de Nassau), Countess of Arlington

published by Alexander Browne, after Sir Peter Lely
mezzotint, circa 1684
NPG D13152

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