Miss Eliza O'Neill as Belvidera in Thomas Otway's 'Venice Preserved'

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Henry Meyer's mezzotint was published by Josiah Boydell in January 1816, lettered below the image with the title and a dedication to Princess Charlotte (British Museum, 1889,0603.285).

Wolverhampton Art Gallery



Miss Eliza O'Neill as Belvidera in Thomas Otway's 'Venice Preserved'




oil on canvas


H 254 x W 160 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased, 1970

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