Portrait of a girl, possibly Elizabeth Seymour, later Countess of Ailesbury (1655-97); half-length, turned half-l, with her right hand held to waist, her hair in ringlets, with part of her hair held at the back with a comb (?), wearing a low-cut dress with a broad collar tied with a ribbon, and a necklace of pearls Black and white chalk, touched with red, on brown-grey paper

An00034427 001 l

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