Portrait Of Miss Dorothea Gwladys Tombs by Archibald Stuart-Wortley
Portrait Of Miss Dorothea Gwladys Tombs by Archibald Stuart-Wortley

Portrait Of Miss Dorothea Gwladys Tombs

Portrait Of Miss Dorothea Gwladys Tombs, Later Lady Butler c1889 by British Painter Archibald Stuart-Wortley (1849 – 1905)

This is a beautiful portrait of Dorothea Gwladys Tombs (1870 – 1920), who would later marry (1891) Charles John Brinsley Butler, 7th Earl of Lanesborough (1865 – 1929) also known as Viscount Lanesborough; and later become Lady Butler .

She is depicted in a riding costume of the late 19th century while standing in what might be a stable near a wall with an orange cross braided pattern shelf.

She is holding a dark hat with brown feathers in her hands along with a dark green scarf over her thighs and there is a metal riding stick leaning against the shelf that has a silver collar and polished metal globe on top.

She is wearing a white scarf that is wrapped around her neck and folded at the front, a white blouse with ruffled cuffs, a blue silk vest with embroidered gold loop trimming along the edges, a brown velour waist high riding jacket that is lined with red satin, a light blue-grey long skirt and two silver bracelets on her left wrist.

This is a remastered digital art old masters reproduction of a public domain image that is available as a canvas print online.

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