Her article in thepeerage is here. She married in March 1789 and passed away later that year.
From the Fitzwilliam Museum; spots removed from background with Photoshop by gogm.
Lady Maria's dress shows a hint of a tent bodice. This and her long coiffure are signs that the British are not conceding to French Revolutionary style. The blue ribbons seem to be a modest revival of Renaissance era rolled or tabbed sleeves.
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Nov 24, 2012, 6:35 PM
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