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Lady Elizabeth Maitland (d.1804)

Photo credit: Thirlestane Castle Trust

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The sitter was the daughter of Charles, 6th Earl of Lauderdale. She married James of Rothemay & Inchmartine, 2nd to Lieutenant-General Anstruther.

This portrait was painted in a trompe l'oeil oval frame.

Thirlestane Castle



Lady Elizabeth Maitland (d.1804)


after 1800


oil on canvas


H 74.4 x W 62.5 cm

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Lady Elizabeth Maitland Daughter of Charles 6th Earl of Lauderdale married to James Rothemay & Inchmartine Efq., 2nd to Lieut. General Anstruther


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Thirlestane Castle

Lauder, Scottish Borders TD2 6RU Scotland

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