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Description to: Mrs. Jeanne Duplais Four-Sixty Park Avenue Gallery. [[underline]] DATA RE PAINTING WE ARE LENDING. [[/underline]] October 24th., 1941. POTRAIT OF MRS METHUEN By George Romney (1734 - 1802) Painting: 30" x 25" Matilda, elder daughter of Sir Thomas Gooch of Benacre, Suffolk. Married April 20, 1776 Paul Cobb Methuen, Esq.; Died December 6th, 1826. She is seen in a half length portrait, seated, her hands crossed. Her head is slightly inclined to the left, and she wears a large black hat. Her dress is white satin, relieved with a mauve sash. Collections: Lord Boston Rev. T. P. Methuen Cochran Collection. Recorded: "Romney" by Humphrey Ward & W. Roberts, Vol. II, P. 102. Lent by: JACQUES SELIGMANN & CO., Inc. [[line]] Note: 1 sepia print enclosed herewith. 2 black and white photos will be sent you first thing in the morning.
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