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Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham

(1769-1861), Mistress of George IV; wife of Henry Conyngham, 1st Marquess of Conyngham

Sitter in 34 portraits

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Equipment of an Envoy Extraordinary to the New Made Pontiff, possibly by John Phillips, published by  S. Gans - NPG D48766

Equipment of an Envoy Extraordinary to the New Made Pontiff

possibly by John Phillips, published by S. Gans
hand-coloured etching, published 1 May 1829
NPG D48766

The Nurse, Child, and Plaything, possibly by John Phillips, after  John Field - NPG D48768

The Nurse, Child, and Plaything

possibly by John Phillips, after John Field
hand-coloured etching, published 27 May 1829
NPG D48768

Political March of Intellect, possibly by John Phillips, after  George Humphrey - NPG D48769

Political March of Intellect

possibly by John Phillips, after George Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 29 May 1829
NPG D48769

Recruiting Party, by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48780

Recruiting Party

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 20 June 1829
NPG D48780

Recruiting Party, published by S. Gans, after  William Heath - NPG D48781

Recruiting Party

published by S. Gans, after William Heath
hand-coloured etching, published June 1829 or after
NPG D48781

Master of the King's Head: A Blow Up!: A Chamber-Maid in the King's Arms, published by Samuel William Fores - NPG D48789

Master of the King's Head: A Blow Up!: A Chamber-Maid in the King's Arms

published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published circa October 1829
NPG D48789

Natural History. Royal Zoological Gardens, by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48795

Natural History. Royal Zoological Gardens

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 15 December 1829
NPG D48795

Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham, by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48875

Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 26 April 1829
NPG D48875

Household Servants, published by E. King - NPG D48879

Household Servants

published by E. King
hand-coloured etching, published circa October 1829
NPG D48879

Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham ('The Lady of the House'), by William Heath, published by  Thomas McLean - NPG D48880

Elizabeth Conyngham (née Denison), Marchioness Conyngham ('The Lady of the House')

by William Heath, published by Thomas McLean
hand-coloured etching, published 10 October 1829
NPG D48880

State Servants Making Hay while the Sun Shines; on the Royal Farm, by H.H.R., published by  John Fairburn - NPG D46060

State Servants Making Hay while the Sun Shines; on the Royal Farm

by H.H.R., published by John Fairburn
hand-coloured lithograph, published 27 July 1830
NPG D46060

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