William IV Period British Ladies

The prints were found on eBay as Queen Victoria Court Beaut(ies). The Lady at upper left is Lady Emily Foley (Emily Graham?), center is Lady Bulteel, and Miss Blanche Bury (no record found) is to the right.

The National Portrait Gallery has some of these and states they were "by Henry Bryan Hall, after William Say."

Saved at 28.35 pixels/cm, 50 cm high.

William IV Period British Ladies 50 cm high

Coiffures were complex in the early 1830s and became simple and straight in the middle of the decade, to stay that way for several more decades. Double sleeves also faded in the early 1830s.

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