Tansen Collection. I cannot find out how this portrait is related to the several sites that mention the Tansen Collection. However, the blog.catherinedelors.com pictures it and describes it as an 18th century portrait of an unknown lady. Catherine Delors has written a charming article about Jane Austen's love of portrait miniatures and the many instances in which they figure in her novels.
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Portrait of a Man in a White Coat, miniature by Richard Cosway. Watercolor on ivory. (1790)
A Lady called Mrs. E. Monro, wearing black dress with sleeves slashed to reveal white, white lace collar, a wide-brimmed plumed hat over her powdered hair, George Engleheart
Portrait of Anna Walmesley, by Andrew Plimer, pupil of Richard Cosway. Watercolor on ivory. (1795)
Pink hair really appeared in the eighteenth century, and not necessarily in frivolous French women. On the miniature 1784 in her hair that color poses an Englishwoman, Mary Lewin Mary Lewin by John Smart La reine de rétro : Zachwycający sierpień.