London, South Kensington
4 March 2004
John Bracken (Fl.1665-1719)
Portrait of Lady Chaworth, bust-length, in a black dress and lace collar
inscribed 'LADY CHAWORTH' (upper right) and 'ELIZABETH LADY CHAWORTH/DAUGHTER OF/EDWARD VISCOUNT CAMPDEN/1640' (lower left)
oil on canvas
36½ x 31½ in. (92.7 x 80 cm.)
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E. K. Waterhouse, A Dictionary of 16th and 17th Century British Painters, Suffolk, 1988, p.34.
Elizabeth, Lady Chaworth was the daughter of Viscount Campden. Her daughter married the 3rd Lord Byron.
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