Reference numberP/0281
TitlePortrait of a woman of the Hill family, probably Anne Hill
DescriptionPortrait of an unknown lady of the Hill family, possibly Anne Hill, nee Whitelock. She wears an orange, boned bodice, with a low, off the shoulder neckline,with full sleeves. Accessorised with a blue shawl and pearl jewellery, with hair styled in curls and ringlets at the side of her head, and a flat top bun, just visible. Painted in a feigned oval.
Physical descriptionOil on canvas
Dimensions840 x 680 x 35 mm [frame]
Access statusOpen
ProvenanceDonated by Mark and Anthony Davies, descendants of the Hill family, 2020
Related materialP/0064
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library


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