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John Bunyan's 'The Pilgrim's Progress': 'Ignorance, Having Been Ferried Over the River by Vainhope, is Cast into Hell Because He Has Not a Certificate'

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National Trust, Mottistone Manor

near Brighstone


Medium

tempera on textile

Measurements

H 291 x W 119 cm

Accession number

1412336

Acquisition method

bequeathed by John Seely, 2nd Lord Mottistone to the National Trust with the house, farms and woodland and most of Mottistone

Work type

Painting


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National Trust, Mottistone Manor

Mottistone, near Brighstone, Isle of Wight PO30 4EA England

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