Portrait of a Lady, called Mrs Adams (painting)


‘Portrait of a Lady (called ‘Mrs Adams’)’ in the circle of Thomas Hudson, about 1740. This oil on canvas depicts a lady in a dark brown/grey and blue silk dress with white undergarment worn low off the shoulders.

Thomas Hudson had many artist friends who surrounded him throughout his artistic career, and he established himself as a successful portrait painter. He drew several commissions and as these grew he passed work towards his pupils, including Joshua Reynolds.


Hon Mrs Adams
Tapestry Room
DY Rutley 20 Circus Rd Regent’s Park NW1

This object is not on display.

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