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James Butler (1610–1688), 1st Duke of Ormonde, Chancellor (1669–1682)

Photo credit: Sheldonian Theatre

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'Whole length, standing slightly to left; flaxen periwig falling over shoulders; clean-shaven face; lace cravat; robes of the Order of the Garter over cloth-of-silver dress; his right hand holds a wand of office, his left his plumed hat; architectural and curtain background.' Information extracted from Mrs Reginald Lane Poole’s 'Catalogue of Portraits in the Possession of the University, Colleges and the County of Oxford', vol.

Sheldonian Theatre, University of Oxford


  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    226 x 177 cm

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