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Group portrait after Reynolds (Mannings 510); seven men around a table, from left to right: Sir Watkin Williams Wynn seated in profile turned to right wearing 'toga' and pointing to vase in the centre of table, John Taylor standing turned right with eyes to front, holding woman's garter in his left hand, Stephen Payne-Gallway seated turned to left with glass raised to his mouth, Sir William Hamilton seated, gesturing to book on table, Richard Thompson standing behind in embroidered robes, raising a glass in his right hand and speaking to Walter Spencer-Stanhope, in profile turned to left, and John Lewin Smyth leans on the table, listening to Hamilton; lettered state.  Mezzotint

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Group portrait after Reynolds (Mannings 510); seven men around a table, from left to right: Sir Watkin Williams Wynn seated in profile turned to right wearing 'toga' and pointing to vase in the centre of table, John Taylor standing turned right with eyes to front, holding woman's garter in his left hand, Stephen Payne-Gallway seated turned to left with glass raised to his mouth, Sir William Hamilton seated, gesturing to book on table, Richard Thompson standing behind in embroidered robes, raising a glass in his right hand and speaking to Walter Spencer-Stanhope, in profile turned to left, and John Lewin Smyth leans on the table, listening to Hamilton; lettered state. Mezzotint

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