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Eliza was the wife of Henry Crawshay. As she was a working class girl, Henry was disowned by his father, William Crawshay II. This cost him the chance to inherit the Cyfarthfa Ironworks, although he ended up running the Cinderford Ironworks in the Forest of Dean.
oil on canvas
H 180 x W 135 cm