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Lady Hamilton (after George Romney)

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An oval-shaped mezzotint print by British artist Samuel Arlent-Edwards (1861 - 1938) depicting a head and shoulder portrait of Emma, Lady Hamilton with a scarf wrapped around her head and neck.  Lady Hamilton, who was the mistress of  Lord Nelson, was British portait artist George Romney's (1734 - 1802) muse.  Romney painted a series of Lady Hamilton's portraits and this mezzotint is Arlent-Edwards' version of one of those portraits.

Artist: Samuel Arlent-Edwards (1861 - 1938)

Title: Lady Hamilton (after George Romney)

Medium: Mezzotint on paper

Dates: 1902

Dimensions: Sheet: 6.375" H x 5.25" W

Signature/Inscription: Copyrighted 1902 by L. Katz, 314 Colubus Ave. N.Y.; LADY HAMILTON from a painting by Geo. Romney; engraved in mezzotinto by S.Arlent Edwards 1902; In plate - Below image

Culture: English

Accession Number: Inv-218

Tags: 20th century, arlent-edwards, emma hamilton, english, george romney, lady hamilton, mezzotint, portrait, print, samuel arlent-edwards, scarf, works on paper