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Attributed to Charles Jervas (Dublin c.1675-1739 London)
Attributed to Charles Jervas (Dublin c.1675-1739 London)

Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Elizabeth Churchill, Countess of Bridgewater (1688-1714), full-length, in a white dress, with a dog, standing beside a plinth, a landscape beyond; and Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Maria Skerritt, Lady Walpole (1702-1738), full-length, in a blue dress, standing beside a plinth

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Attributed to Charles Jervas (Dublin c.1675-1739 London)
Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Elizabeth Churchill, Countess of Bridgewater (1688-1714), full-length, in a white dress, with a dog, standing beside a plinth, a landscape beyond; and Portrait of a lady, traditionally identified as Maria Skerritt, Lady Walpole (1702-1738), full-length, in a blue dress, standing beside a plinth
oil on canvas
18 x 11½ in. (45.7 x 31.7 cm.)
two in the lot (2)

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