Portrait of Anne Lister
Watercolourca. 1833 (made)
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Portrait of Anne Lister of Shibden Hall (1791–1840). Watercolour over pencil. In her diaries Anne writes ‘There is something so very characteristic in the figure.’ and it is ‘an admirable likeness’.
The portrait, unattributed, bears similarities to another done by Mrs. Taylor of Horton Street, Halifax. This portrait is held by West Yorkshire Archive Service, Calderdale (SH:2/M/19/1/1).
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|Creators||Thomas LoveAdam Oehlers|
|Copyright||© Lookout Point / HBO|
About this object record
This object was created as a prop or piece of scenic set dressing for a film or television production. It is neither an historic original or an object from the archives but a carefully crafted fake designed to entertain.