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One of the leading artists in Britain during the last quarter of the 18th century. Romney was born and died in the Northwest, although he made his name in London. At the height of his career he was more fashionable than Sir Joshua Reynolds and Thomas Gainsborough as a society portraitist, but all his life he wanted to paint elevated historical and literary subjects. He lacked the confidence to carry out many of his most ambitious projects, but in the last fifteen years of his working life, under the spell of his favourite model and muse Emma Hart, later the celebrated Lady Hamilton, he produced a sequence of Shakespearean and other fancy subjects which count among the most imaginative and poetic canvases of their time.

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GEORGE ROMNEY (1734-1802)
After George Romney, A Portrait of Charlotte Bettesworth (1755-1841)
After George Romney Charlotte Bettesworth (1755-1841) Oil on canvas: 50 x 40 inches (127 x 101 cm) Held in a period giltwood frame: 58 x 47 1/2 ...
Timothy Langston
GEORGE ROMNEY (1734-1802)
Cuban Mahogany Sideboard
Cuban Mahogany Serving Table/Sideboard by G Romney, C1790 made for an Ulverston Bank - George Romney was a Gillows apprentice and this probably cam...
Church Street Antiques
GEORGE ROMNEY (1734-1802)
George Romney: Portrait of Francis Lind
A portrait by George Romney of Francis Lind, three-quarter-length, seated at a window, holding a one-keyed Simpson ivory flue in his right hand. O...
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Mackinnon Fine Furniture
GEORGE ROMNEY (1734-1802)
Study for a full length portrait of a lady
It is possible that this sheet was originally part of a page cut from a sketchbook dating from the 1760s to early 1770s, now in the collection at A...
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Martyn Gregory Gallery