Anne Hunter

Anne Home as ''The Pensive Muse'', before her marriage to John Hunter. Engraving by W. W. Ryland, after a lost portrait by [[Angelica Kauffman]], 1767. Anne Hunter (''née'' Home) (1742 – 1821) was a salonnière and poet in Georgian London. She is remembered mostly for the texts to at least nine of Joseph Haydn's 14 songs in English. She was the wife of surgeon and anatomist John Hunter, whose anatomical collections in their home eventually formed the basis for the Hunterian Museum. She entertained the leading Bluestockings at their house. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Hunter, Anne.
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by Sathre, Vivian.
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