Lady Gertrude Fitzpatrick

Lady Gertrude, the daughter of one of Reynolds’ closest patrons, was too shy to come out from under the table when he arrived to sketch her.  Reynolds decided to capture her in her hiding place and invented a background for the painting.

Is little Lady Gertrude hiding anything else?

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