Charles Howard (1746–1815), 11th Duke of Norfolk

Image credit: Gloucester Museums Service Art Collection

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Charles Howard (11th Duke of Norfolk) acquired Newark House and the Llanthony Priory Estate by marriage in 1771. He became the leader of the Whig Party majority on Gloucester City Council and was Mayor six times. He carried out much modernising work in the City.

Gloucester Museums Service Art Collection

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Charles Howard (1746–1815), 11th Duke of Norfolk




oil on canvas


H 258.6 x W 221 cm (E)

Accession number

GLRCM : Art01042

Acquisition method

gift, 1816; on loan to Highnam Court

Work type



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