GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Group portrait of Dorothy Stables (1753-1832), with her daughters, Harriet (1774-1827) and Maria (1775-1821), in a wooded landscape

George Romney, R.A. (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Elizabeth Ramus (1751-1848), daughter of Nicholas Ramus and subsequently wife of Baron de Nougal, half-length, in a pink dress with gold trim and a green shawl, her hair tied with a gold-embroidered white muslin scarf

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Portrait of Mrs Deborah Jemima Maxwell (1755-1789), full-length, in a pale pink dress with a blue sash and a yellow wrap, in a wooded landscape

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Richard Newman Harding (1756-1808), full length, in a pink coat and breeches, with a dog in a wooded landscape

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734 - Kendal, Cumbria 1802)

Portrait of Mrs Moody (c.1767-1820), second wife of Samuel Moody, three-quarter-length, in a white dress trimmed with pink bows and a pink sash, holding a dog in her lap, in a landscape

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of a lady and a child, traditionally identified as Mrs Cumberland and her son, Charles, half-length, in a white dress and bonnet

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Double portrait of two siblings, three-quarter-length, in white dresses and a red and pink sash, in a landscape

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Lady Emma Hamilton, as Cassandra, half length, in a white robe, a laurel wreath crowning her head

George Romney (near Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs. 1734-Kendal, Cumbria 1802)

Portrait of Mrs Agnes Ainslie (1761-1796) and her son Henry (1786-1814), three-quarter-length, she in a white dress and mob-cap tied with a pink ribbon, holding a fob watch, the child in a white dress with a pink sash and white cap

GEORGE ROMNEY, R.A. (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of a lady, seated, three-quarter-length, in a landscape, traditionally identified as Anne, Countess of Clare (1766-1844)

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of General Albemarle Bertie, 9th Earl of Lindsay (1744-1818), half-length, in the uniform of the Grenadier guards

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

A sketchbook of 1791-2 including: Sketches for Macbeth: The cavern Scene; Macbeth: The Banquet Scene ; John Howard visiting a Lazaretto ; Newton and the Prism ; Landscape Studies; Studies for portraits; Studies of the head of an older man (possibly a self-portrait); Studies of a standing child; Studies of a reclining woman, possibly Iphigenia and her attendant spied on by Cymon ; Studies of a standing female figure with arm raised, possibly a study for Lady Hamilton as Cassandra or as Joan of Arc ; Studies of an initiation scene; Studies of couples meeting by a cottage; Studies of a dancing group; Studies of a male figure reaching down to embrace his infant child; A seated female figure with an attendant embracing a corpse, possibly related to the lost painting Susan when the seas are roaring ; and Sketches of an exotic figure in a robe

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Francis Lind (1752/3-1840), three-quarter-length, seated at a window, a one-keyed Simpson ivory flute in his right hand

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Portrait of Mrs Susannah Whatman (1756-1828), née Bosanquet, half-length, in a painted oval

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Portrait of Pamela, later Lady Edward Fitzgerald (?1773-1831), bust-length

GEORGE ROMNEY, R.A. (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of Sir Thomas Frankland, 6th Bt. (1750-1831), half-length, in profile

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Mrs John Gathorne, half-length, in a silver gown, her left elbow resting on a table

George Romney, R.A. (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Mrs Mary Moody ( c . 1767-1820), wife of Samuel Moody, three-quarter-length, in a landscape

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of George Morewood (1720-1792) of Alfreton Park, Derbyshire, full-length, in a green suit with a walking stick

George Romney, R.A. (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of a lady, half-length, in a white dress, unfinished

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of a gentleman seated, full-length, a table beside him

George Romney, R.A. (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Alicia Dundas, Lady Wedderburn (1754-1831), half-length

GEORGE ROMNEY, R.A. (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of Miss Williams, bust-length, in a painted oval

George Romney, R.A. (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of a girl, traditionally identified as Lady Charlotte Stanley (1776-1805); and Portrait of Edward (1775-1851), Lord Stanley, later 13th Earl of Derby, both bust-length

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of John Mills, half-length

George Romney (near Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs. 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria )

Portrait of Emma, Lady Hamilton (1765-1815), bust-length

George Romney (near Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs. 1734-Kendal, Cumbria 1802)

Portrait of Hester, Countess of Clanricarde (d. 1803), half-length, in a red dress and a black, lace-trimmed wrap

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of Lady Laetitia à Court, half-length, in a white muslin dress with satin bows

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of James Cross of Clifton, Bristol (?1739-1791), three-quarter-length, at a table with a landscape beyond

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of Colin Dunlop of Carmyle, Provost of Glasgow, seated, three-quarter-length

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS, LANCASHIRE 1734-1802 KENDAL, CUMBRIA)

Portrait of Lady Alicia Wedderburn, née Dundas (1754-1831), half-length

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Study for Milton and his daughters – en brunaille

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

Portrait of Mrs William Maguire, seated, half-length, in a white dress and fichu, a landscape beyond

GEORGE ROMNEY (DALTON-IN-FURNESS 1734-1802 KENDAL)

A sketchbook of 12 sheets, rebound in a modern marbled paper binding, with new additional sheets at each end, including studies for: Portrait of Mrs Jackson; Melancholy; Portrait of Mrs Yeats; The Warren Family

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

A seated woman and other studies

George Romney (near Dalton-in-Furness, Lancs. 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria )

Portrait of a young girl, bust-length, in a white dress

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait study of the Rev. William Atkinson, half-length, wearing a broad-brimmed hat

George Romney (1718-1792)

The infant Shakespeare nursed by Tragedy and Comedy

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of a lady, bust-length, in a white dress

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Study of captives in a Lazaretto

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Portrait of Admiral Sir John Orde, half-length

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness, Lancashire 1734-1802 Kendal, Cumbria)

Portrait of a gentleman, traditionally identified as Mr. Light of Kelvedon, half-length, in a green coat

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Study of a gentleman, standing, three-quarter-length

George Romney (Dalton-in-Furness 1734-1802 Kendal)

Study of women and children in an interior