1670 Lady Elizabeth Cranfield, 1647/1648–1670, Viscountess Brackley (?) attributed to Mary Beale (Tatton Park - Tatton, Cheshire East UK)

From bjws.blogspot.com.

Viscountess Brackley is portrayed in this work dated to 1670 by thepeerage. She wears the casual style that persisted for much of the century. Her coiffure is not flattened by a mat piece, rather it is parted in the middle.

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