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  1. Margaret Lemon (born c. 1614) was an English artist's model. She was the most painted female commoner of the seventeenth century, and she was the partner of Anthony van Dyck.

  2. Margaret fue una cortesana que se acabaría cruzando en la vida del famoso pintor Anton van Dyck, quedando este fascinado con aquella adolescente por su gran ...

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  3. 6 de nov. de 2015 · Margaret Lemon fue apartada de Van Dyck a empujones. Sus celos, sus pasiones mal llevadas, su necesidad de control... era el apéndice enfermo del pintor y Carlos I, convencido de que su...

  4. In this entry, entitled ‘Margaret Lemon (b c1614), artist’s model’, James claimed that such was Van Dyck’s fascination with Lemon that he depicted her in some 12 paintings of which the originals (or copies indicating the existence of lost originals) now survive.

  5. Margaret Lemon was Van Dyck’s mistress and is unfortunately known to us today only through contemporary tittle-tattle. A fellow artist of Van Dyck, Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77), described her as violently jealous, even on one occasion attempting to bite Van Dyck’s thumb off.

  6. Etched after an earlier portrait by Anthony van Dyck of Margaret Lemon, the painter’s most famous mistress The first four lines, below the title are a paean to the youth and beauty for which Lemon was celebrated among the greatest of the English nobility.

  7. Margaret Lemon was Van Dyck’s mistress and is unfortunately known to us today only through contemporary tittle-tattle. A fellow artist of Van Dyck, Wenceslaus Hollar (1607-77), described her as violently jealous, even on one occasion attempting to bite Van Dyck’s thumb off.