ca. 1760 Margaret Newton, 2nd Countess Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt by George Stubbs (Yale Center for British Art, Yale University - New Haven, Connecticut, USA)

The Countess of Coningsby turns out to be Margaret Newton, Countess of Coningsby in her own right. Her article in thepeerage is here.

From the Google Art Project via Wikimedia.

ca. 1760 Margaret Newton, 2nd Countess Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt by George Stubbs (Yale Center for British Art, Yale University - New Haven, Connecticut, USA) Google Art Project via Wm

Military influence is visible in this equestrian portrait of the Countess of Coningsby, but she is wearing a wide-brimmed hat instead of a tricorne.

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