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Hamilton - Montague family J940512 Featured Artwork at Marble Hill Image

Hamilton - Montague family J940512

MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond-Upon-Thames. "Portrait of John, 2nd Duke of Montague his Wife and their Younger Daughter" circa 1730 by Gawen HAMILTON (1698-1737). The Duke of Montague (1690-1749), was married to Mary Churchill, daughter of the first Duke of Marlborough, and their youngest daughter was Lady Mary Montague

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Henrietta-Maria and dwarf, Sir Jeffrey Hudson J900214 Featured Artwork at Marble Hill Image

Henrietta-Maria and dwarf, Sir Jeffrey Hudson J900214

MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond-upon-Thames, Greater London. "Queen Henrietta Maria and the Dwarf Sir Jeffrey Hudson" after Sir Anthony VAN DYCK (1599-1641). Henrietta-Maria (1609-69) was daughter of Henri IV of France and wife of Charles I of England. Sir Jeffrey Hudson (1619-82) is recorded to have been only 18 or 19 inches (46cm) tall at the age of 30, unusually with no hint of disproportion or distorted physiognomy. He is later reported to have doubled his height. In 1626 he was served in a pie to the royal couple and soon afterwards entered the service of the queen. After a life of adventures, including military service, a duel, exile, slavery, and imprisonment as a Catholic, his death is unrecorded

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Morel - Flower Piece J920092 Featured Artwork at Marble Hill Image

Morel - Flower Piece J920092

MARBLE HILL HOUSE, Richmond-Upon-Thames. "Flower Piece with Variegated Tulips" 1721 by Jean Baptiste MOREL (1662-1732). Oil on canvas. Flowers include tulips, roses, poppies and other spring flowers. There are also two butterflies and a bee

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Bloom, Flemish, Flower, Painting