1800 Lady Frances Moore (1771-1833) by Gaspare Landi (auctioned)

Her article in thepeerage is here. A genealogical article has this about the portrait, “...On 17 Nov 1800, Frances Moore married THE RT HON JOHN ORMSBY VANDELEUR (1765-1828), Commissioner of the Customs for Ireland, MP for Ennis. She brought a fortune of £6,000 to the Vandeleur estate in Counties Clare and Limerick.

During her honeymoon in Rome, the above portrait was painted (the article shows a black and white photo of the upper part of this portrait - gogm). (The painting is by Gaspari Landi who trained the famous French artist, David. Source: Clare Library Fotoweb: Vandeleur Collection​)…”

According to her geni.com article, she married Reverend Charles Moore Stewart before marrying John Ormsby Vandeleur.

From jeannepompadour.tumblr.com/post/147303784476/lady-frances-moore-1771-1833-by-gaspare-landi.

1800 Lady Frances Moore (1771-1833) by Gaspare Landi (auctioned) From jeannepompadour.tumblr.com:post:147303784476:lady-frances-moore-1771-1833-by-gaspare-landi

This is Directoire dress - a column with top and bottom separated by a belt or waist band.

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