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Georgian Britain

To celebrate the launch of William Kent: Designing Georgian Britain, 22 March – 13 July 2014, explore a selection of Georgian objects in our collections.

Charles Harvey, Reinagle, Philip, painted 1775, Oil on canvas. Bequeathed by Claude D. Rotch.

An unknown young woman, Knight, Mary Ann, 1800, Watercolour on ivory. Purchased from the funds of the R. H. Stephenson Bequest

A young man of the Maynard family, George Romney, late 18th century, Oil on canvas. Bequeathed by Claude D. Rotch

Tea caddy, 1780-1800, Wood with painted decoration and metal handle. Given by Thomas Sutton, Esq.

Tea caddy | V&A Search the Collections

The Painter's Wife, Cotes, Francis, late 18th century, Slightly washed in Indian ink and tinted. Bequeathed by Rev. Alexander Dyce.

The Painter's Wife | Cotes, Francis | V&A Search the Collections

Serena, Smith, John Raphael, 1782, Mezzotint on paper. Bequeathed by Rev. Alexander Dyce

Serena | Smith, John Raphael | V&A Search the Collections

Tea caddy, Britain, made 1800-1820, Wood, painted; ivory. Given by Thomas Sutton, Esq

Tea caddy | V&A Search the Collections

Vase with Flowers (Chimney board), Britain, about 1710, Oil on pine. Given by Mrs Arthur Chamberlain.

Vase with Flowers (Chimney board) | V&A Search the Collections

Mrs Everard, painted by Allan Ramsay, Oil on canvas, late 18th century. Given by William Freeman

Mrs Everard | Ramsay, Allan | V&A Search the Collections