1764 Anne Dashwood (1743–1830), Later Countess of Galloway by Sir Joshua Reynolds (Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York City, New York USA)

According to her article in thepeerage, she became Countess Galloway shortly after this portrait was painted by marrying John Stewart, 7th Earl of Galloway.

Anne Dashwood poses as a shepherdess, but a shepherdess wearing pearls in her hair and pearls and other jewels on her dress, in this 1764 Reynolds.

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