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Ann Mary Newton

(1832-1866), Portrait painter; daughter of Joseph Severn

Ann Mary Newton (née Severn)

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 4 portraits
Ann Mary Newton was a successful portraitist whose sitters included the Royal family. Born in Rome, she initially trained there under her father, the artist Joseph Severn, before moving to England to learn from the painter George Richmond who had strong leanings towards the art of ancient Rome. Newton's classical training and interest in antiquity found a match in her marriage to the Keeper of Classical Antiquities at the British Museum, Charles Newton, in 1861.

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Princess Beatrice of Battenberg, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, after  Ann Mary Newton - NPG D22112

Princess Beatrice of Battenberg

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Ann Mary Newton
lithograph, 1858
NPG D22112

Princess Helena Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein; Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, Duchess of Argyll, by Richard James Lane, printed by  M & N Hanhart, after  Ann Mary Newton - NPG D22135

Princess Helena Augusta Victoria of Schleswig-Holstein; Princess Louise Caroline Alberta, Duchess of Argyll

by Richard James Lane, printed by M & N Hanhart, after Ann Mary Newton
lithograph, April 1858
NPG D22135

Mrs John Paget, by William Holl Jr, after  Ann Mary Newton - NPG D39501

Mrs John Paget

by William Holl Jr, after Ann Mary Newton
stipple engraving, (19 December 1859)
NPG D39501

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Shannon Gale

18 September 2019, 04:05

Sister : Claudia FitzRoy Gale nee’ Severn

Shannon Gale

18 September 2019, 04:00

Mother’s name: Elizabeth Montgomerie - daughter or Maj. Gen. Archibald Montrgomerie, Lord Eglinton -Ayrshire, Scotland
Married - Sir Charles Newton - Archeologist
Career: Painted Queen Victoria’s Children &
British Museum Antiquities
Died of Measles

Christopher E Severn

26 May 2019, 22:18

The spelling of Ann Mary Newton appears as Anne Mary Severn with an "e" in Anne in her birth record. Of course Newton was her married name.

Anne Mary Severn
Italy Births and Baptisms, 1806-1900
Name:
Anne Mary Severn
Gender:
Female
Christening Date:
02 Apr 1833
Christening Place:
BRITISH CHAPLAINCY,ROMA,ROMA,ITALY
Birth Date:
27 Jun 1832
Father's Name:
Joseph Severn
Mother's Name:
Elizabeth

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