ca. 1632 Margaret, Lady Tufton by Sir Anthonis van Dyck and studio (Milwaukee Art Museum - Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA) Photo - John R. Glembin

Her article in thepeerage is here. She was the daughter of Anne Clifford.

From blog.mam.org/2013/02/22/from-the-collection-margaret-lady-tufton-by-anthony-van-dyck-and-studio.

ca. 1632 Margaret, Lady Tufton by Sir Anthonis van Dyck and studio (Milwaukee Art Museum - Milwaukee, Wisconsin USA) Photo - John R. Glembin From blog.mam.org/2013/02/22/from-the-collection-margaret-lady-tufton-by-anthony-van-dyck-and-studio

Lady Margaret's chemise appears to be made to match her bodice sewn to it in this 1632 van Dyck. This style would not change much for about 50 years.

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