George Henry Harlow Portrait Study Of Elizabeth Wynell Adams Circa.1805
George Henry Harlow Portrait Study Of Elizabeth Wynell Adams Circa.1805
George Henry Harlow Portrait Study Of Elizabeth Wynell Adams Circa.1805
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George Henry Harlow Portrait Study Of Elizabeth Wynell Adams Circa.1805

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George Henry Harlow 1787-1819. British School Early 19th.Century. Pencil and coloured chalk drawing. Portrait study of Elizabeth Wynell Adams. Circa.1805. 17 by 21 cms. Image. 25.7 by 29.6 cms. Overall in contemporary giltwood Neo-Classical frame.

Born and raised in London, George Henry Harlow entered Sir Thomas Lawrence's studio in 1803, and began exhibiting at the Royal Academy the following year. Precocious and prodigiously productive, Harlow had great success with portraits and theatrical subjects much in the manner of Lawrence, he died at the early age of thirty-one in 1819.

Elizabeth Wynell Adams née Mayow (ca.1780-1814) married William Dacres Adams (1775-1862) Private Secretary to William Pitt The Younger in 1804. They lived at Old House in Sydenham, Kent.