Lady Margaret Hay (c.1657–1753), Countess of Roxburghe

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Margaret Hay was the eldest daughter of John Hay, 1st Marquess of Tweeddale, who was a leading figure in Scottish politics. After the Glorious

National Galleries of Scotland: Portrait


Lady Margaret Hay (c.1657–1753), Countess of Roxburghe




oil on canvas


H 120 x W 107 cm

Accession number

PG 3400

Acquisition method

accepted by HM Government in lieu of inheritance tax and allocated to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, 2005

Work type



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