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Rebecca Dulcibella Orpen English artist Wikidata

Ferrers, Rebecca Dulcibella (British painter, 1830-1923) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Ferrers, Rebecca Orpen German National Library

Dering, Rebecca Dulcibella Orpen Ferrers, 1830-1923 Library of Congress/NACO

Rebecca Dulcibella Orpen ISNI

VIAF ID: 95777414 (Personal)

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The Agony in the Garden Wikidata
Autoportrait Wikidata
Captain Marmion Edward Ferrers in the uniform of the Warwickshire Militia Wikidata
Cardinal John Henry Newman (1801-1890) Wikidata
Chatterton, Georgiana, Lady. Leonore, a tale, 1864: Library of Congress/NACO
Christ as the Good Shepherd (after Murillo) Wikidata
Christ carrying the Cross Wikidata
Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane surrounded by Eight Figures of Saints Wikidata
The Coronation of the Virgin Wikidata
Cupid (after Schedoni) Wikidata
The Death of Saint Francis Wikidata
Ecce Homo Wikidata
Edith Frances Rosamond Orpen (1859/60 - 1939), later Mrs Charles Frederick Carlos Clarke,aged 13 Wikidata
Edward Ferrers (1765-1795) (after British [English] School) Wikidata
Edward Heneage Dering (1826-1892), standing, in boots and cloak (possibly in the Highlands) Wikidata
Elizabeth Gunning, Duchess of Hamilton and Duchess of Argyll (1734 – 1790) (after Katherine Read) Wikidata
The Flagellation, with Saints Catherine and Stephen Wikidata
The Great Hall, Baddesley Clinton, with Mr and Mrs Mamion Ferrers, Edward Heneage Dering and Lady Chatterton (Mrs Dering) Wikidata
Henrietta Georgiana Marcia Lascelles Iremonger, Lady Chatterton (1806–1876), seated in an interior at Baddesley Clinton Wikidata
Henry Ferrers Ferrers (formerly Croxon) (1848-1923) Wikidata
The Holy Family with a Child-Angel Wikidata
The Hon. Beatrice Mary Petre, Mrs Henry Ferrers Ferrers (1858-1930), standing in a rural landscape Wikidata
The Madonna of the Rocks (after Leonardo) Wikidata
Marienkrönung Wikidata
Marmion Edward Ferrers (1813-1884): 'The Squire's Evening Walk' Wikidata
Mary Gambier, Mrs Samuel Pitchford Cornish (b.1753) Wikidata
Pentecost Wikidata
A Personification of ‘The Perfect Wife’, miscalled Margaret Roper Wikidata
Pietà (after Francesco Francia) Wikidata
The Resurrection of Christ Wikidata
The Risen Christ (The Ascension) Wikidata
A River Landscape with a Ruined Tower, Ireland Wikidata
Saint Bonaventure inspired to write Wikidata
Saint Catherine of Alexandria (after Raphael) Wikidata
Self-portrait in her Painting Room at Baddesley Clinton Wikidata
Sir Edward Dering, 1st Bt (1598-1644) (after Cornelius Johnson) Wikidata
Sir Ralph Ellerker of Risby (b.1558/59) at the age of 73 (after British (English) School of 1632) Wikidata
Sir William Abraham Chatterton (1794-1855) Wikidata
Triptych: centre panel: The Madonna in Adoration; pediment: Virgin in Glory; exterior of wings: Virgin Annunciate and Archangel Gabriel; interior of wings: The Visitation; Nativity; Presentation; Chri Wikidata
Triptych: Evening Landscape with River and Mountains (centre) and The Virgin Mary (left) and Saint John (right) Wikidata
Triptych with Christ crucified with Saint Mary Magdalen (after Pietro Perugino), and Saint Francis and Saint Anthony of Padua Wikidata
Twelve Panels after Old Masters of Oil Paintings of the Life of our Lord, ten of which are part of the 'Three Mysteries of the Rosary' Wikidata
Two Priests in front of a Church Wikidata
View of Baddesley Clinton from the North East Wikidata
View of the Garden Front and Terrace of Surrenden Dering, Kent Wikidata
The Virgin and Child with the Infant John the Baptist Wikidata
The Vision of Saint Edmund and Earl Leofric at Mass in Westminster Abbey Wikidata

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