Lady Wharncliffe (née Lady Caroline Mary Elizabeth Creighton)

c.1776–1853

In Tate Britain

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Biography

Elizabeth Caroline Mary Stuart-Wortley, Baroness Wharncliffe (née Crichton; 1779–1856), styled Lady Elizabeth Crichton from 1789 until her marriage, was an Irish-born British aristocrat and female artist known for her landscape and figurative drawing and painting. A number of these artworks are in the Tate collection and archives.

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Artworks

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