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Nancy Collection

"Nancy: A Timeless Tale of Art, Elegance, and Wit" In the heart of Boston's Public Garden stands the iconic "Make way for ducklings" sculpture by Nancy Schon

Background imageNancy Collection: Make way for ducklings sculpture by Nancy Schon, Boston Public Garden, Boston

Make way for ducklings sculpture by Nancy Schon, Boston Public Garden, Boston
USA, Massachusetts, Boston, Make way for ducklings sculpture by Nancy Schon, Boston Public Garden

Background imageNancy Collection: A Madame Yevonde portrait of Baba Beaton

A Madame Yevonde portrait of Baba Beaton
Miss Baba Beaton is the younger of the two beautiful and attractive Beaton girls. They are among the most popular of the blonde ex-debs, and no party is complete without them

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Mitford

Nancy Mitford
Nancy Freeman-Mitford CBE (28 November 1904 30 June 1973), known as Nancy Mitford, English novelist, biographer and journalist

Background imageNancy Collection: Astor as 1st Woman Mp

Astor as 1st Woman Mp
NANCY, LADY ASTOR Vicountess Astor, standing between Lord Balfour and Lloyd George, becomes the first woman MP, 1919

Background imageNancy Collection: Restored gilded wrought iron work and lamp by Lamor in the Place Stanislas in Nancy

Restored gilded wrought iron work and lamp by Lamor in the Place Stanislas in Nancy, UNESCO World Heritage Site, Lorraine, France, Europe

Background imageNancy Collection: Chemstrand - Woollen vest top - Model: Pattie Boyd

Chemstrand - Woollen vest top - Model: Pattie Boyd
Client: Chemstrand - Woollen striped vest top - Model: Pattie Boyd - Shoot: November 17, 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageNancy Collection: Client: John Craig - Model: Pattie Boyd

Client: John Craig - Model: Pattie Boyd
Client: John Craig - Dark cotton blouse with lace collar and cuffs - Model: Pattie Boyd - Shoot: January 12, 1965 (2/2) Date: 1965

Background imageNancy Collection: Chemstrand - Woollen striped vest top - Pattie Boyd

Chemstrand - Woollen striped vest top - Pattie Boyd
Client: Chemstrand - Woollen striped vest top - Model Pattie Boyd - Shoot: November 17, 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageNancy Collection: Client: Chemstrand - White Dress - Model Pattie Boyd

Client: Chemstrand - White Dress - Model Pattie Boyd
Client: Chemstrand - Woollen White Dress - Model Pattie Boyd - Shoot: November 17, 1965. Date: 1965

Background imageNancy Collection: Client: John Craig - Printed blouse - Model: Pattie Boyd

Client: John Craig - Printed blouse - Model: Pattie Boyd - Shoot on October 13, 1964 Date: 1964

Background imageNancy Collection: Wedding of Diana Mitford and Bryan Guinness

Wedding of Diana Mitford and Bryan Guinness
Group wedding photograph showing the bride, Mrs Bryan Guinness, formerly Miss Diana Freeman Mitford, with eleven bridesmaids. From left, Miss Diana Churchill, Miss Mercer-Nairne, the Hon

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Mitford

Nancy Mitford
Photograph of Nancy Freeman-Mitford on the front cover of The Tatler at the time of the anouncement of her engagement to Peter Rennell Rodd

Background imageNancy Collection: Diana and Nancy Mitford

Diana and Nancy Mitford
DIANA AND NANCY FREEMAN MITFORD Two of the infamous Mitford sisters; Mrs Bryan Guiness (Diana) on the left and Nancy Mitford (later Mrs Peter Rodd), novelist, on right

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Woodforde, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Creator: Samuel Woodforde

Nancy Woodforde, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Creator: Samuel Woodforde
Nancy Woodforde, late 18th-early 19th century, (1943). Portrait of English diarist Anna Maria Woodforde (1757-1830) who was housekeeper for her uncle, James Woodforde

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Lancaster at Pytchley Hunt

Nancy Lancaster at Pytchley Hunt
A Loving-Cup. Mrs Ronald Tree (now better known as Nancy Lancaster) drinking a toast from the loving-cup presented to her husband, joint-Master of the Pytchley hunt

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Lancaster

Nancy Lancaster
Lady Willoughby de Eresby and Mrs Ronald Tree (better known as Nancy Lancaster), billed in The Tatler as M.P.s wives on their presentation at court at Buckingham Palace

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Lancaster and Clementine Churchill

Nancy Lancaster and Clementine Churchill
Outside the new Churchill Hospital of the American Hospital in Britain, opened at Oxford: Mrs Ronald Tree (Nancy Lancaster, the influential interior decorator), Professor Phillip D Wilson

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Lancaster and David Niven

Nancy Lancaster and David Niven
Mrs Ronald Tree and actor David Niven at a darts contest in a canteen. Nancy Lancaster (1897 - 1994), nee Perkins, was an influential American-born tastemaker, interior decorator and garden designer

Background imageNancy Collection: Three Mitford Sisters: Unity, Diana and Nancy

Three Mitford Sisters: Unity, Diana and Nancy
Three of the famous Mitford Sisters, daughters of Lord and Lady Redesdale, photographed in the street. From left to right are Unity (Unity Valkyrie Freeman-Mitford, 1914-1948)

Background imageNancy Collection: Dickens character: Nancy (litho)

Dickens character: Nancy (litho)
6009298 Dickens character: Nancy (litho) by Handley-Read, Captain Edward Henry (1869-1935); Private Collection; (add.info.: Nancy)

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Mitford by Madame Yevonde

Nancy Mitford by Madame Yevonde
Nancy Freeman-Mitford (1904-1973), writer of comic novels, who was the eldest daughter of Lord and Lady Redesdale. Photographed by Madame Yevonde around the time her novel Highland Fling had been

Background imageNancy Collection: Aristocrats at Whites Golf Club Golf Tournament

Aristocrats at Whites Golf Club Golf Tournament
Lady Allington, Lord Tennyson, Lord Lothian and Lady Astor at Whites Golf Tournament, played at Prince s, Sandwich. Date: 1932

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Cunard on cover of The Sketch

Nancy Cunard on cover of The Sketch
Front cover of The Sketch featuring a photograph by Cecil Beaton of Miss Nancy Cunard (1896 - 1965), heiress, poet and political activist, owner of the Hours Printing Press

Background imageNancy Collection: DDE-90029137

DDE-90029137
Finland, Helsinki. Vacation home on island in Helsinki harbor. Date: 12/08/2003

Background imageNancy Collection: Some Sunny personalities at the London Hippodrome

Some Sunny personalities at the London Hippodrome
Caricature by Nerman of the various performers appearing in the popular comedy musical, Sunny at the London Hippodrome in 1926. Top left Nancy Lovat, top right, Elsie Randolph

Background imageNancy Collection: The Porte de la Craffe, built in the 14th and 15th centuries, the citys oldest fortification

The Porte de la Craffe, built in the 14th and 15th centuries, the citys oldest fortification. Nancy, Meurthe-et-Moselle, France, Europe

Background imageNancy Collection: Canal de la Marne au Rhin, Nancy, Meurthe et Moselle, Lorraine, France, Europe

Canal de la Marne au Rhin, Nancy, Meurthe et Moselle, Lorraine, France, Europe

Background imageNancy Collection: Oliver Chez Fagin

Oliver Chez Fagin
Oliver with Fagin, the Artful Dodger, Bill Sykes and Nancy

Background imageNancy Collection: The character Oliver Twist

The character Oliver Twist
5308166 The character Oliver Twist.; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the character Oliver Twist: Oliver has been restored to Fagin and the boys by Bill Sykes and Nancy)

Background imageNancy Collection: French men's costumes of the late 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph)

French men's costumes of the late 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph)
5912640 French men's costumes of the late 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph); (add.info.: French men's costumes of the late 15th century)

Background imageNancy Collection: French costumes of the 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph)

French costumes of the 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph)
5912636 French costumes of the 15th century, 1889 (chromolithograph); (add.info.: French costumes of the late 15th century)

Background imageNancy Collection: Nancy Witcher Astor, Viscountess Astor, 1879 - 1964. First woman to sit as a Member of Parliament

Nancy Witcher Astor, Viscountess Astor, 1879 - 1964. First woman to sit as a Member of Parliament in the British House
2638483 Nancy Witcher Astor, Viscountess Astor, 1879 - 1964. First woman to sit as a Member of Parliament in the British House of Commons, seen here campaigning during the 1919 Election

Background imageNancy Collection: The character Oliver Twist

The character Oliver Twist
5308167 The character Oliver Twist.; (add.info.: Illustration depicting the character Oliver Twist: after having escaped from Fagin and his thieving boys)

Background imageNancy Collection: The Bagard. Sacred bamboo, Nandina domestica. Named for Bagard, Prof

The Bagard. Sacred bamboo, Nandina domestica. Named for Bagard, Prof. of the College Royal des Medecins, Nancy
FLO4596710 The Bagard. Sacred bamboo, Nandina domestica. Named for Bagard, Prof. of the College Royal des Medecins, Nancy

Background imageNancy Collection: Begonia hybrid raised by F. Crousse of Nancy, Begonia hybrida festiva

Begonia hybrid raised by F. Crousse of Nancy, Begonia hybrida festiva. Chromolithograph by Pieter de Pannemaeker after
FLO4663984 Begonia hybrid raised by F. Crousse of Nancy, Begonia hybrida festiva. Chromolithograph by Pieter de Pannemaeker after an illustration by J

Background imageNancy Collection: French Soldiers Bathing, 1870

French Soldiers Bathing, 1870
1580756 French Soldiers Bathing, 1870; (add.info.: Engraving depicts French soldiers bathing in Nancy, France. Dated 1870); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageNancy Collection: 17th century View of the city of Nancy, France showing the walled city

17th century View of the city of Nancy, France showing the walled city
5304740 17th century View of the city of Nancy, France showing the walled city.; (add.info.: 17th century View of the city of Nancy, France showing the walled city.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageNancy Collection: Opera singer Madame Letellier as Nancy in the Romantic opera Robin des Bois by Carl Maria von Weber

Opera singer Madame Letellier as Nancy in the Romantic opera Robin des Bois by Carl Maria von Weber
FLO4606993 Opera singer Madame Letellier as Nancy in the Romantic opera Robin des Bois by Carl Maria von Weber, Theatre Royal de l'Odeon, 1824. Handcoloured lithograph by F

Background imageNancy Collection: Arrest of our Artist, 1870 (engraving)

Arrest of our Artist, 1870 (engraving)
1575661 Arrest of our Artist, 1870 (engraving); (add.info.: Engraving depicts the arrest of an artist in the French city of Nancy. Dated 1870); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageNancy Collection: Amateur Inspection of a Soldier, 1870 (engraving)

Amateur Inspection of a Soldier, 1870 (engraving)
1575660 Amateur Inspection of a Soldier, 1870 (engraving); (add.info.: Engraving depicts an amateur inspection of a soldier in the French city of Nancy. Dated 1870); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945

Background imageNancy Collection: Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine

Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine
Model Peggy Chester - Cover of Woman's Illustrated Magazine, incorporating Eve's Own - photography by Nancy Sandys Walker Date: 1945



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"Nancy: A Timeless Tale of Art, Elegance, and Wit" In the heart of Boston's Public Garden stands the iconic "Make way for ducklings" sculpture by Nancy Schon. Just like this beloved artwork, Nancy herself was a creative force that left an indelible mark on those who crossed her path. Much like a Madame Yevonde portrait capturing the essence of Baba Beaton, Nancy Mitford exuded charm and sophistication. Her wit and intelligence were legendary, making her a captivating presence in literary circles. As we stroll through the enchanting Place Stanislas in Nancy, France, we are reminded of Nancy's passion for restoration. She appreciated artistry in all its forms - from gilded wrought iron work to intricate lamps crafted by Lamor. Nancy's influence extended beyond aesthetics; she also had a political side. Like Astor as the first woman MP, she fearlessly advocated for causes close to her heart. Her voice echoed through history just as loudly as it did at the wedding of Diana Mitford and Bryan Guinness. Delving into the past reveals another remarkable figure named Nancy Woodforde. Samuel Woodforde captured her beauty with his brush strokes during late 18th-early 19th century England. This glimpse into history reminds us that creativity transcends time. The bond between sisters is often unbreakable, exemplified by Diana and Nancy Mitford. Their shared experiences shaped their lives and inspired their works – a testament to sisterhood's enduring power. Through photographs taken at London Hippodrome or immortalized by Madame Yevonde's lens, we catch glimpses of sunny personalities surrounding Nancy Mitford. These snapshots capture moments filled with laughter and joy – traits synonymous with our enigmatic protagonist. In this tale celebrating artistry across generations and continents alike, we honor "Nancy. " From Boston to London to France – each chapter unveils new facets of her captivating story.