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  1. Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Wellesley, Countess of Mornington (née Roland or Rolland; c. 1766 – 5 November 1816) [1] was a French actress who became the mistress, and later the wife, of Richard Wellesley, 1st Marquess Wellesley. As an actress, she was known as Gabrielle Fagan.

    • French
    • Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland, c. 1766, Paris, France
    • Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Fagan
  2. Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland, comtesse de Mornington (1766-1816) est une actrice française. Elle est l'arrière-arrière-arrière-grand-mère de la reine Élisabeth II du Royaume-Uni .

    • Actrice
    • 1766Paris, Royaume de France
    • 7 novembre 1816Staffordshire, Royaume-Uni
    • Française
  3. The Collection European Paintings Returned to lender Hyacinthe Gabrielle Roland Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun French 1791 Not on view Mademoiselle Roland (1760?–1816), an actress of stunning beauty, bewitched the rising politician Richard Wellesley, Earl of Mornington, and with him had five children before they married in 1794.

  4. Title: Hyacinthe Gabrielle Roland, Marchioness Wellesley, (formerly Countess of Mornington) Creator: Elisabeth Louise Vigee Le Brun; Physical Dimensions: 99.1 x 74.9 cm (39 x 29 1/2 in.); Frame:...

  5. Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland (1766-1816) had been an actress at the Comédie Française before the revolution. In Rome, she became the lover–and later the wife–of a British aristocrat, the First Marquess Wellesley of Norragh. Windswept and free of extraneous ornament, the portrait exemplifies the engagingly informal style that Vigée adopted in Italy.

  6. ‘Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland’ was created in 1791 by Louise Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun in Rococo style. Find more prominent pieces of portrait at – best visual art database.

  7. Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Roland was of modest origins, the daughter of Pierre Roland and Hyacinthe-Gabrielle Daris. It is uncertain where she met her future husband, the Earl of Mornington (later Marquess Wellesley), but it has been suggested that they encountered each other in the Palais Royal, which says little for the reputation of either.