George Romney, Portrait of Mrs Mary Robinson, 1780 - 1781, Oil on canvas, 75.7 x 63.2 cm (Wallace Collection)
Elisabeth Nourse (American painter, 1860-1938) Self-Portrait, 1892
Nell Gwynn by Verelst, National Portrait Gallery London - Member of the "Charles II's Mistresses Club" the portraits of which could fill it's own gallery. Fortunately for is, Charles II had them painted, often, by the leading painters of the day including Lely & Mignard.
Laura Bell (1829–1894) was dubbed the 'Queen of London whoredom', Bell was a famous courtesan in the 19th century. She allegedly once earned the equivalent of £250,000 for a single night spent with Prince Jang Bahadur of Nepal. Later in life she underwent a dramatic religious conversion and became a revivalist preacher on morality.
"Emma Hamilton" by Johann Heinrich Schmidt (1800)
Louise Renee de Querouaille (artist: Peter Lely). Louise Renée de Penancoët de Kérouaille, Duchess of Portsmouth (6 September 1649 – 14 November 1734) was a mistress of Charles II of England. Through her son by Charles II, Charles Lennox, 1st Duke of Richmond, she is ancestress of both wives of Prince Charles: Diana, Princess of Wales, and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.