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Anne Mee

 (c.1770/75 - 1851)
Anne Mee was active/lived in United Kingdom.  Anne Mee is known for Miniatures, painting and sculpture.

Biography   Anne Mee


Anne Mee was one of the few professional female miniaturists of the early nineteenth century.  She began working as an artist after the death of her father and continued after her marriage to the Irish barrister Joseph Mee.  Many female artists ceased to work after marriage but she continued with restrictions imposed by her husband and noted by the diarist Joseph Farington; '[her husband] had consented to let her paint ladies only who were never to be attended [at the sittings] by gentlemen'.

Mee was a pupil of George Romney and clearly an artist with natural talent.  Before her marriage, during the early 1790s, she had worked at Windsor Castle under the patronage of the Prince of Wale   ...  Displaying 750 of 1064 characters.

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PORTRAIT OF CAPTAIN AND LIEUTENANT-COLONEL THOMAS GROSVENOR (1764-1851)
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A Lady, called Lady Fairfax, wearing white dress with large frilled collar, loosely tied fichu, gold chain necklace and frilled white bonnet in her powdered hair
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Lady Susan Carbery (c.1770-1828), wearing black dress, white chemise, a yellow bandeau in her powdered hair.
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