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The horrible person in question is Ethel Margaret Whigham, the fashionable debutante who became the Duchess of Argyll by her second marriage in 1951, and was divorced twelve years later following a trial that evidently handed the London …
Lucy de László noted in her diary that the Duchess of Argyll sat for this picture on the 4th and 5th of March 1915. The Duchess of Argyll was a discerning fine arts connoisseur and a gifted sculptor and artist herself. In a letter to de …
The tea room, which is personally overseen by the Duchess of Argyll, serves locally produced sandwiches, soup, cakes, scones, tea, coffee, beer, wine and soft drinks. The impressive new facelift is expected to markedly improve the …
They were all out of the same mare, Black Velvet, who herself became a broodmare because no one could ride her. Duchess of Argyll The first youngster was a mare, who we christened Duchess of Argyll after the lady whose divorce …
Powder Her Face focuses the real-life figure of the Duchess of Argyll, Margaret Whigham, who was dubbed by the British tabloids as "The Dirty Duchess." Whigham was harshly judged for her sexual voraciousness, which became public …
Two of the most spectacular wedding dresses on display are the 1933 Norman Harnell dress created for Margaret Whigham who became the Duchess of Argyll, and the 1934 Charles James elegant creation worn by Barbara ‘Baba’ …
In 1883, Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll, became the first royal visitor to Bermuda. As Queen Victoria’s daughter, she had her choice of regal properties all over the world, yet she was seeking a warm climate and was immediately …
In the 19th century, though, the story was very different, which is why the marriage of Princess Louise, fourth daughter and sixth ... of the Boer War of 1899-1902. Louise became Duchess of Argyll in 1900 when her husband succeeded …
Add or edit a note on this artwork that only you can see. You can find notes again by going to the ‘Notes’ section of your account. Achilles Lamenting the Death of Patroclus National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Gallery Elizabeth …