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Thomas Murray (1663-1734)
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Thomas Murray (1663-1734)

Portrait of Anne, Lady Trevor, three-quarter-length, in a pink dress with blue cloak, her right hand resting on a King Charles spaniel, honeysuckle to her left, a wooded river landscape with a castle beyond

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Thomas Murray (1663-1734)
Portrait of Anne, Lady Trevor, three-quarter-length, in a pink dress with blue cloak, her right hand resting on a King Charles spaniel, honeysuckle to her left, a wooded river landscape with a castle beyond
inscribed 'Ann Lady Trevor.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
49¾ x 40¾ in. (126.4 x 103.5 cm.)
in a contemporary moulded and gilded frame in the Louis XIV Roman fashion, with bas relief corner tablets of bow-tied ribbon-scrolls wreathed in Roman acanthus
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The sitter, Anne, Lady Trevor (d.1747), was the daughter of Sir John Trevor, of Brynkinalt, co. Denbigh, and Jane (d.1704), widow of Roger Puleston, of Emrall. In 1690 Anne married Michael Hill, Member of Parliament for Saltash, England, and Hillsborough, Ireland. Following his death she married the 1st Viscount Midleton, Lord Chancellor of Ireland (d.1728), in 1716.
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