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General Information

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Joann Cozart

on 14 October 2014

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The children of the third Duke of Dorset: Lady Mary Sackville (1792–1864), Lord Middlesex (1793–1815), and Lady Elizabeth Sackville (1795–1870).
When I first saw this picture I noticed...
Did you know this picture was displayed at the Royal Academy in 1797 as "Portraits of a nobleman's children"?
Featuring...
First Look
The children are outside in the woods.
The older two children are in shoes and the younger daughter is not.
With their rosy cheeks, the children appear angelic.
The way the brother is embracing the younger sister, it appears that he is comforting her or being protective over her.
The daughters appear to have small red earrings on, and the older sister has on a matching necklace.
All three children appear to have the same hair; color and style.
Hoppner did a good job at putting texture in to the piece; the children's hair, the clothing and the trees in the background.
John Hoppnet
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References
1796
Oil on Canvas
60 x 49 in.
The Sackville Children. (2014). Retrieved from http://www.metmuseum.org/collection/the-collection-online/search/436692?=&imgNo=0&tabName=object-information#
The Sackville Children
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