Las ˇleos de todo George Romney


ID Image  Painting (From A to Z)       Details 
80431  
George Romney, Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle
 
 Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle   Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle by George Romney. Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 62.5 cm cjr
79214  
George Romney, Andrew Reid
 
 Andrew Reid   1780 - 1788 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 233.4 x 144.2 cm (91.9 x 56.8 in) cyf
82422  
George Romney, Barbara, Marchioness of Donegal, third wife to Arthur Chichester, 1st Marquess of Donegall
 
 Barbara, Marchioness of Donegal, third wife to Arthur Chichester, 1st Marquess of Donegall   oil on canvas 240.6 x 148.6 cm 24 March 1796 cjr
79819  
George Romney, Catherine Clemens
 
 Catherine Clemens   Catherine Clemens Date 1788(1788) cjr
83806  
George Romney, Catherine Clemens
 
 Catherine Clemens   Date 1788 cyf
78359  
George Romney, Elizabeth Harriet Warren (Viscountess Bulkeley) as Hebe
 
 Elizabeth Harriet Warren (Viscountess Bulkeley) as Hebe   ca. 1776 cjr
84772  
George Romney, Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, in a White Turban
 
 Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, in a White Turban   Emma Hart, later Lady Hamilton, in a White Turban. Oil on canvas,1791 cjr
94421  
George Romney, Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante.
 
 Lady Hamilton as a Bacchante.   1785(1785) cjr
82893  
George Romney, Lady Hamilton as Circe
 
 Lady Hamilton as Circe   1782(1782) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 49.5 x 53.3 cm (19.5 x 21 in) cyf
31822  
George Romney, Lady hamilton as nature
 
 Lady hamilton as nature   mk76 Painted in 1782 Oil on canvas 29 7/8x24 3/4in
38216  
George Romney, Lady Hamilton as Nature
 
 Lady Hamilton as Nature   mk29 1780 Oil on canvas 75.8x62.9cm
3570  
George Romney, Lady Hamilton in a Straw Hat
 
 Lady Hamilton in a Straw Hat   1785 Henry E.Huntington Art Gallery, San Marino,California
88686  
George Romney, later Lady
 
 later Lady   Oil on canvas cyf
85904  
George Romney, Marchioness of Donegall
 
 Marchioness of Donegall   oil on canvas 240.6 x 148.6 cm 24 March 1796 cyf
44582  
George Romney, Melancholy-Il Penseroso
 
 Melancholy-Il Penseroso   mk173 1770 Oil on canvas 236.2x143.5cm
3568  
George Romney, Miss Willoughby
 
 Miss Willoughby   1781-1802 National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C.
3569  
George Romney, Mrs Mary Robinson
 
 Mrs Mary Robinson   1781 Wallace Collection, London
29348  
George Romney, Mrs.Harriet Greer
 
 Mrs.Harriet Greer   mk65 1781 Oil on canvas 30x25"
84651  
George Romney, Painting Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle
 
 Painting Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle   Oil on canvas, 76.2 x 62.5 cm cyf
81486  
George Romney, Portrait of Anne Montgomery
 
 Portrait of Anne Montgomery   1802(1802) Medium Oil on canvas cyf
78344  
George Romney, Portrait of Anne Montgomery wife of 1st Marquess Townshend
 
 Portrait of Anne Montgomery wife of 1st Marquess Townshend   1802(1802) Oil on canvas cjr
81030  
George Romney, Portrait of Charles Lennox
 
 Portrait of Charles Lennox   1775-1777 Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 81.3 x 68.6 cm (32 x 27 in) cyf
80679  
George Romney, Portrait of Dorothy Cavendish
 
 Portrait of Dorothy Cavendish   Date 18th century Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 75 x 62 cm (29.5 x 24.4 in) cjr
84874  
George Romney, Portrait of Dorothy Cavendish
 
 Portrait of Dorothy Cavendish   18th century Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 75 x 62 cm (29.5 x 24.4 in) cyf
78874  
George Romney, Portrait of John Forbes
 
 Portrait of John Forbes   1778(1778) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 76.2 x 63.5 cm (30 x 25 in) cyf
79558  
George Romney, Portrait of John Forbes
 
 Portrait of John Forbes   1778(1778) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 76.2 x 63.5 cm (30 x 25 in) cyf
77335  
George Romney, Portrait of Miss Constable
 
 Portrait of Miss Constable   Date 1787(1787) Medium Oil cyf
71849  
George Romney, Portrait of Miss Willoughby
 
 Portrait of Miss Willoughby   2nd half of 18th century (1781-1783) Oil on canvas 229 x 178 cm
78920  
George Romney, Portrait of Miss Willoughby
 
 Portrait of Miss Willoughby   Oil on canvas Dimensions 229 x 178 cm (90.2 x 70.1 in) cyf
79522  
George Romney, Portrait of Mr. Morley
 
 Portrait of Mr. Morley   Painted prior to 1802 Oil cjr
41063  
George Romney, Portrait of Mrs Greer
 
 Portrait of Mrs Greer   mk159 1781 Oil on canvas 76x64cm
75949  
George Romney, Portrait of Mrs. Andrew Reid
 
 Portrait of Mrs. Andrew Reid   1780?C1788 Oil on canvas cjr
96357  
George Romney, Portrait of Sarah Curran
 
 Portrait of Sarah Curran   before 1802(1802) Medium oil cyf
73130  
George Romney, Portrat des Fraulein Willoughby
 
 Portrat des Fraulein Willoughby   English: 2nd half of 18th century (1781-1783) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions Deutsch: 229 X 178 cm cyf
76357  
George Romney, Romney Portrait of Mrs Andrew Reid Kimbell
 
 Romney Portrait of Mrs Andrew Reid Kimbell   c. l780?C1788; Oil on canvas; 233.4 x 144.2 cm cjr
44591  
George Romney, Sarah Siddons
 
 Sarah Siddons   mk173 1783 Oil on canvas 76.2x61cm
80737  
George Romney, Self portrait
 
 Self portrait   . 1802(1802) Medium Oil on canvas Dimensions 106 x 81 cm (41.7 x 31.9 in) cyf
26954  
George Romney, Self-Portrait
 
 Self-Portrait   mk52 1782 Oil on canvas 125.7x99.1cm National Portrait Gallery,London
77860  
George Romney, Self-portrait
 
 Self-portrait   ca. 1802(1802) Oil on canvas 106 ?? 81 cm (41.7 ?? 31.9 in) cjr
48456  
George Romney, Sir Christopher and Lady Sykes strolling in the garden at Sledmere
 
 Sir Christopher and Lady Sykes strolling in the garden at Sledmere   mk190 1786
44593  
George Romney, Study for Portrait of Sarah Siddons
 
 Study for Portrait of Sarah Siddons   mk173 ca.1783 49.8x29.6cm
31823  
George Romney, The Countess of warwick and her children
 
 The Countess of warwick and her children   mk76 Painted 1787-89 Oil on canvas 79 3/4x61 1/2in
94420  
George Romney, The five youngest children of Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Marquess of Stafford
 
 The five youngest children of Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Marquess of Stafford   circa between 1776(1776) and 1777(1777) Medium oil on canvas Dimensions 203 x 235 cm (79.9 x 92.5 in) cjr
33821  
George Romney, The Leigh Famil
 
 The Leigh Famil   mk86 c.1767-1769 Oil on canvas 180x197.5cm Melborne,National Gallery of Victoria
40581  
George Romney, THe Leigh Family
 
 THe Leigh Family   mk156 1767-69 Oil on canvas 185.5x202cm
56142  
George Romney, the shepherd girl
 
 the shepherd girl   mk247 c.1778 ,oil on canvas,46.5x35.375 in,118x90 cm,philadelphia museum of art,philadelphia,pa,usa
71101  
George Romney, thomas alphonso hayley en puck
 
 thomas alphonso hayley en puck   mk289 1792 brighton hove royal pavilion libraies museums
73073  
George Romney, Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker
 
 Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker   "Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker, 1714-82," oil on canvas, by the British artist George Romney. Dated 1782-1783. 1270 mm x 1015 mm. Courtesy of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. cjr
73069  
George Romney, Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua Rowley
 
 Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua Rowley   "Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua Rowley, 1734-90," oil on canvas, by the British artist George Romney. Dated 1787-88. 762 mm x 635 mm. Courtesy of the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. cjr

George Romney
1734-1802 George Romney Galleries By 1757 he was becoming well-known as a portraitist. He fell ill during his apprenticeship and was nursed back to health by Mary Abbott, daughter of his landlady. In 1762, by which time he was married with two children, he went to London, and saw early success with a painting, The Death of General Wolfe which won a prize from the Royal Society of Arts. Romney soon had a thriving portrait business in Long Acre. Despite his great success George Romney was never invited to join the Royal Academy nor did he ever apply to join. While there has been much speculation about his relationship with the Academy there is no doubt that he normally remained aloof maintaining that a good artist should succeed without being a member. His own career certainly supported this belief and it was only towards the end of his life that he expressed the slightest regret for his views Portrait of Miss Juliana Willoughby, 1781-83 (National Gallery of Art, Washington DC) Emma Hamilton as a bacchante by George Romney, 1785In 1773 he travelled to Italy with fellow artist Ozias Humphrey to study art in Rome and Parma, returning to London in 1775 to resume business, this time in Cavendish Square (in a house formerly owned by noted portraitist Francis Cotes). In 1782 he met Emma Hamilton (then called Emma Hart) who became his muse. He painted over 60 portraits of her in various poses, sometimes playing the part of historical or mythological figures. He also painted many other contemporaries, including fellow artist Mary Moser. After an absence of almost forty years, he returned to his family in Kendal in the summer of 1799. He was greeted by his loyal, devoted and unquestioning wife. George Romney is a kinsman of Mitt Romney, U.S politician.



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