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Dame Penderel

© the artist. Photo credit: English Heritage, Boscobel House

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Quarter-length portrait, the sitter wears a black cowl hat with white scarf and shawl and black dress, holding a red rose in her right hand.

A copy of a lost seventeenth-century portrait of Dame Joan Penderel based on old photographs executed for Boscobel House (English Heritage) in 1988. The hand-carved oak frame currently around this painting is also a replica of the lost original frame, and was also made by the artist.

English Heritage, Boscobel House

Bishop's Wood

  • Date

    1989

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    58.5 x 44 cm

  • Accession number

    88000230

  • Acquisition method

    purchased from the artist, 1989

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English Heritage, Boscobel House

Boscobel Lane Brewood, Bishop's Wood, Staffordshire ST19 9AR England

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