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  1. Elizabeth Campbell, Duchess of Argyll, 1st Baroness Hamilton of Hameldon (c. December 1733 – 20 December 1790), earlier Elizabeth Hamilton, Duchess of Hamilton, née Gunning, was a celebrated Anglo-Irish beauty, lady-in-waiting to Queen Charlotte, and society hostess.

    • John Gunning
    • Hon. Bridget Bourke
  2. It was created in 1776 for Elizabeth Gunning (Duchess of Hamilton), wife since 1752 of James Douglas-Hamilton, 6th Duke of Hamilton. The Duke of Hamilton died in 1758, and his widow remarried the following year, to John Campbell, who later became Marquess of Lorne in 1761 and 5th Duke of Argyll in 1770.

  3. Sir Joshua Reynolds, 1723–1792, British, Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of Hamilton and Argyll, ca. 1760. Joshua Reynolds exhibited his full-length portrait of Elizabeth Gunning in the very first exhibition of contemporary art in Britain in 1760.

  4. Description. Elizabeth Gunning was the second daughter of Col. John Gunning of Castle Coote, County Roscommon, Ireland and his wife, the Hon. Bridget Bourke, daughter of the 6th Viscount Mayo.

  5. Há 3 dias · About this artwork. Born in Ireland, Elizabeth Gunning was a celebrity beauty who caused a sensation when she and her sister were introduced into high society. Though the sisters had neither dowries nor rank, their physical attractiveness secured them excellent marriages.

  6. 10 de mai. de 2024 · Elizabeth Gunning was a famous Irish beauty who married the 6th Duke of Hamilton in 1752. Recently widowed at the time of this portrait, she was shortly to marry John Campbell, the future 5th Duke of Argyll.

  7. Gunning, Elizabeth (1734–1790) Duchess of Hamilton and Argyll. Name variations: Elizabeth Hamilton. Born in 1734; died on May 20, 1790; daughter of John Gunning of Castle Coote, County Roscommon, Ireland; sister of Maria Gunning (1733–1760); married James, 6th duke of Hamilton, 1752; married John Campbell, marquis of Lorne, afterward 5th ...