Baroness Frances Waddington Bunsen (1791 – April 1876) was a Welsh painter and author, the wife of Christian Charles Josias Bunsen, and the older sister of Lady Llanover. She was born at Dunston Park in Bedfordshire, one of the five daughters of landowner Benjamin Waddington, and later lived at "Tŷ Uchaf", Llanover, Monmouthshire. Her mother was a great niece of Mary Delany. Frances was a talented watercolour painter. Several of her pictures are owned by Newport City Council. In July 1817 she married Baron Bunsen, who later became German ambassador to Britain. After his death in 1860, she published a memoir of his life: A Memoir of Baron Bunsen, Drawn Chiefly from Family Papers, by His Widow, Frances, Baroness Bunsen (1868).

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  • Frances Bunsen (* 1791 in Bedfordshire; † April 1876), geborene Frances Waddington war eine walisische Malerin und Autorin, die Frau von Christian Karl Josias von Bunsen und die ältere Schwester von Augusta Hall der Lady Llanover. Baroness Frances Bunsen wurde in Dunsten Park, Bedfordshire geboren. Sie war eine der fünf Töchter des Grundbesitzer Benjamin Waddington, und lebte später in Tŷ Uchaf, Llanover, Monmouthshire. Ihre Mutter war eine Großnichte von Mary Delany. Frances war eine talentierte Aquarell-Malerin. Im Juli 1817 heiratete sie Christian Karl Josias von Bunsen, den späteren deutschen Botschafter in Großbritannien. Nach seinem Tod im Jahre 1860 veröffentlichte sie eine Abhandlung seines Lebens. (de)
  • Baroness Frances Waddington Bunsen (1791 – April 1876) was a Welsh painter and author, the wife of Christian Charles Josias Bunsen, and the older sister of Lady Llanover. She was born at Dunston Park in Bedfordshire, one of the five daughters of landowner Benjamin Waddington, and later lived at "Tŷ Uchaf", Llanover, Monmouthshire. Her mother was a great niece of Mary Delany. Frances was a talented watercolour painter. Several of her pictures are owned by Newport City Council. In July 1817 she married Baron Bunsen, who later became German ambassador to Britain. After his death in 1860, she published a memoir of his life: A Memoir of Baron Bunsen, Drawn Chiefly from Family Papers, by His Widow, Frances, Baroness Bunsen (1868). (en)
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  • Baroness Frances Waddington Bunsen (1791 – April 1876) was a Welsh painter and author, the wife of Christian Charles Josias Bunsen, and the older sister of Lady Llanover. She was born at Dunston Park in Bedfordshire, one of the five daughters of landowner Benjamin Waddington, and later lived at "Tŷ Uchaf", Llanover, Monmouthshire. Her mother was a great niece of Mary Delany. Frances was a talented watercolour painter. Several of her pictures are owned by Newport City Council. In July 1817 she married Baron Bunsen, who later became German ambassador to Britain. After his death in 1860, she published a memoir of his life: A Memoir of Baron Bunsen, Drawn Chiefly from Family Papers, by His Widow, Frances, Baroness Bunsen (1868). (en)
  • Frances Bunsen (* 1791 in Bedfordshire; † April 1876), geborene Frances Waddington war eine walisische Malerin und Autorin, die Frau von Christian Karl Josias von Bunsen und die ältere Schwester von Augusta Hall der Lady Llanover. (de)
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