1757 Miss Elizabeth Ingram (1733-1785, daughter of William Ingram of Wakefield) by Sir Joshua Reynolds (Walker Art Gallery - Liverpool, Lancashire, UK)

I cannot find genealogical information about her, although the Ingram family appears in thepeerage.

From Google Art Project via Wikimedia. Also posted to the Reign of Louis XV - 1715 to 1774 Album here.

1757 Miss Elizabeth Ingram (1733-1785, daughter of William Ingram of Wakefield) by Sir Joshua Reynolds (Walker Art Gallery - Liverpool, Lancashire, UK) From Google Art Project via Wikimedia

The bodice is a single piece without stomacher or revers. The bodice has over-sleeves like Spanish hanging sleeves or 19th-century Russian sleeves and under-sleeves, like Spanish false sleeves, but made of the same material. And the under-sleeves appear to split again almost at the cuffs.

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