Thomas Gainsborough's Ann Ford

Rosenthal, Michael
December 1998
Art Bulletin;Dec98, Vol. 80 Issue 4, p649
Academic Journal
Provides background on the painting `Ann Ford,' by Thomas Gainsborough. Description of the composition of the painting; Family background of Ford; Proposal from the earl of jersey; Publication of Ford's `A Letter from Miss F--d to a Person of Distinction'; Connections of the painting to George Bickham's `Musical Entertainer.'


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