The Hon. Anne Boteler, Countess of Newport, later Countess of Portland (c.1610 – 1669) (after Lely)
N. Wray (fl.1650-1660)
Oil painting on canvas, The Hon. Anne Boteler, Countess of Newport, later Countess of Portland (c.1610 – 1669) (after Lely) by N. Wray (fl.1650-1660) A three-quarter-length portrait, seated to left, head three-quarters inclined to spectator, hands on lap, wearing a dress with slashed sleeves, a ringlet lies on her left shoulder and she wears a drop-pearl earring; a fountain to the left. The original of which is from the Clarendon Collection and on loan to Plymouth Art Gallery.
in the collection of (Sir) Ralph Bankes at Gray's Inn in 1659 ('The Lady Newports Picture drawne by mr Lylly and Coppied by Mr wray, a knee Cloth'); bequeathed by Ralph Bankes, 1981
Kingston Lacy, The Bankes Collection (National Trust)
Makers and roles
N. Wray (fl.1650-1660), copyist after Sir Peter Lely (Soest 1618 – London 1680), artist