ca. 1768-1769 Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn and his Mother by Sir Joshua Reynolds (Tate Collection)

According to her article in thepeerage, her maiden name was Frances Shackerley and it seems her only noted role was having her son.

From the Tate Collection; this image was very heavily spotted throughout. Spots on the people were individually removed while the background was blurred to remove them with Photoshop by gogm.

Mrs. Williams-Wynn wears a luxurious dress with silk skirt decorated with serpentine ruching and large lace engageantes for this Reynolds portrait from about 1768 to 1769.

Keywords:  1768, Reynolds, straight coiffure, cap, bows, jabot, lace, three quarter length sleeves, full skirt, over-skirt, ruching, gloves, parasol

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