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Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury

(1807-1876), Wife of 3rd Earl of Malmesbury; daughter of 5th Earl of Tankerville

Sitter in 4 portraits

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Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury, by John Henry Robinson, after  John Hayter - NPG D48204

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury

by John Henry Robinson, after John Hayter
stipple and line engraving, mid 19th century
NPG D48204

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury, by Richard James Lane, printed by  C. Graf, published by  John Mitchell, after  Alfred, Count D'Orsay - NPG D46304

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury

by Richard James Lane, printed by C. Graf, published by John Mitchell, after Alfred, Count D'Orsay
lithograph with some hand-colouring, (6 October 1844)
NPG D46304

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury, by Richard James Lane, after  Edwin Landseer - NPG D21687

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury

by Richard James Lane, after Edwin Landseer
lithograph, 1846
NPG D21687

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury, by Richard James Lane, after  Edwin Landseer - NPG D22254

Corisande Emma Harris (née Bennet), Countess of Malmesbury

by Richard James Lane, after Edwin Landseer
lithograph, 1846
NPG D22254

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