ca. 1635 Anne Pakington (d.1642), Lady Anderley in the style of Cornelius Johnson (Coughton Court - Alcester, Warwickshire, UK)

Her genealogical sketch is here.

From artuk.org; fixed the edges, cracked paint flaws in the lower left quadrant (that affected only the background), and a crack along center bottom (that ran through part of the cuff of the dress).

ca. 1635 Anne Pakington (d.1642), Lady Anderley in the style of Cornelius Johnson (Coughton Court - Alcester, Warwickshire, UK) From artuk.org fix edges, cracked paint in l. left side, crack along center bottom

A wrap conceals Anne’s right sleeve making the left sleeve look enormous. Her bodice could have straps for sleeves. Her coiffure, with a flat center, bangs, and masses of curls to the sides, would be stylish for several more decades.

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