Emilia, Countess of Ossory.
engraved by E. Scriven ; painted by Wissing.
|Main Creator:||Scriven, Edward 1775-1841, engraver|
Emilie Butler, [née van Nassau], (1635-1688), Countess of Ossory, daughter of ? De Nasau, Lord of Beverweert, of Odyke, and Auverquerque in Holland, granddaughter of Maurice, Prince of Orange, wife of Thomas Butler, Earl of Ossory ; nearly whole-length, to left, seated on a bank, looking to front, low dress, scarf hanging from head, right arm on pedestal to left, with mansion and trees in distance.
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London : Published by D.B. Murphy, 2 Grosvenor Street, April 1827.
[Plate (uncoloured) to Jameson's "Beauties of the Court of Charles II"].
Physical description: 1 print : line and stipple, col. ; image 16.5 x 127 cm., plate mark 33 x 22.7 cm., on sheet 43.5 x 30.4 cm.
Citations/References: Catalogue of Engraved Irish Portraits and Original Drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Dublin : Stationery Office, , p. 163.
Attributed to Edward Scriven (1775-1841), after an original painting by William Wissing (1656-1687).
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|EP OSSO-EM (2) III||
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