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Jervas - Henrietta Howard J920090

Jervas - Henrietta Howard J920090. © Historic England
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MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond, Middlesex. " Henrietta Howard, Countess of Suffolk " c.1724 by Charles JERVAS. Mistress of George II.

Copyright © Historic England

Media ID 436055

Date: 3rd April 2007

Source: Historic England Print Store

Source: English Heritage Images

Position: Photographer

Credit: Historic England Photo Library

Image Size: 4579 x 3817 Pixels

Filesize is 20.47MB

Version 2 is 16.36MB

Version 3 is 16.36MB

Version 4 is 16.36MB

Version 5 is 16.36MB

Associated Categories: Other paintings in London

Associated Categories: Female portraits

Associated Categories: Artwork at Marble Hill

Associated Categories: Gorgeous Georgians

Keywords:  georgian  monarchy  paintings

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