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Henrietta Baillie was the daughter of a Scottish minister. After a ‘whirlwind courtship’, in 1835 she married William Hunter Baillie, who was the son of Dr Matthew Baillie, the renowned pathological anatomist and nephew of the famous physician William Hunter. William Hunter Baillie trained as a barrister but never practised, choosing instead the life of a gentleman of leisure and Squire of the Manor of Duntisbourne Abbots, Gloucestershire.
oil on canvas
H 91.4 x W 73.7 cm
gift from Angela Oliver, 1972