A portrait by Gainsborough of Mary Graham.  Mary was Georgiana's closest friend (prior to Bess).  Gee loved Mary ferociously.

The Honorable Mrs. Graham Thomas Gainsborough Repro oil

Thomas Gainsborough, The Painter’s Daughters with a Cat, c.1760-61, oil on canvas, The National Gallery Here are Mary and Margaret Gainsborough, aged between 9 and 10, and 8 and 9 respectively. The somewhat vicious-looking cat, referenced in the painting’s title, has been left unfinished.   Here they are again, those gorgeous little girls.  How lovely he sees them.

Thomas Gainsborough The Artists Daughters with a Cat, , National Gallery, London. Read more about the symbolism and interpretation of The Artists Daughters with a Cat by Thomas Gainsborough.

"Mary Little, later Lady Carr" (c. 1763) (detail) by Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788).

Portrait de Marie Petit, plus tard Mme Carr, 1763 Thomas Gainsborough Détail

GAINSBOROUGH Thomas - English (Sudbury, 1727 - 1788 Londen) ~ artist's daughters

Portrait of the Artist’s Daughters (about Thomas Gainsborough (British, Oil on canvas. Here Gainsborough suggested his daughters’ interest in his own.

Elizabeth of Great Britain (1770-1840), daughter of George III of the United Kingdom and his wife Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. She was married to Friedrich of Hesse-Homburg and they had no children.

teatimeatwinterpalace: The three eldest daughters... - marieantoinettesplayhouse

Princess Elizabeth third daughter and seventh child of King George III and Queen Charlotte. Painted by Thomas Gainsborough in She married in 1818 Frederick, Landgrave of Hesse-Homburg. No children.

"Portrait of a Woman (possibly of the Lloyd Family)" (c. 1750) by Thomas Gainsborough

Page: Portrait of a Woman (possibly of the Lloyd Family) Artist: Thomas Gainsborough Completion Date: Style: Rococo Genre: portrait Technique: oil Material: canvas Gallery: Kimbell Art Museum

Edward Richard Gardiner - Thomas Gainsborough - WikiArt.org

Graham Oil Painting Reproduction on Canvas Artist: Thomas Gainsborough Date: Rococo Museum: National Art Gallery, Washington D.

Richard Tickell (1751-1793), by Thomas Gainsborough http://www.wikigallery.org/wiki/painting_361960/Thomas-Gainsborough/Portrait-Of-Richard-Tickell-(1751-1793)

Connor - Harcourt--------Richard Tickell by Thomas Gainsborough

ca. 1765 Mrs. Edmund Morton Pleydell by Thomas Gainsborough

Edmund Morton Pleydell by Thomas Gainsborough (Museum of Fine Arts - Boston, Massachusetts USA)

Thomas Gainsborough (1727-1788) Conversation in a Park - Self Portrait with his wife Margaret 1746

Conversation in a Park - Self Portrait with his wife Margaret by Thomas Gainsborough, 1746

The Athenaeum - Mrs Hamilton Nisbet (Thomas Gainsborough - ) 1788

Mrs Hamilton Nisbet - by Thomas Gainsborough, after 1777 before NG National Gallery, Scotland

Follower of Thomas Gainsborough R.A., Portrait of a Lady Holding a Spaniel, oil on canvas, 30" x 24.75", est $2k-$3k

Oil on canvas, 29 x 24 in. Photographed in 1969 in a private collection, New York. The Frick Collection / Frick Art Reference Library Photoarchive.

Generally, The Blue Boy is thought to be Jonathan Buttall. Buttall was the son of a wealthy English merchant. It was painted by Thomas Gainsborough around 1770.    The painting hangs opposite Pinkie at the Huntington Library.

Thomas Gainsborough - The Blue Boy (The Huntington Library, San Marino L.) oil on canvas, cm × cm in × in) Location Huntington Library, San Marino, California