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Nicholas Wadham (1532–1609)

Photo credit: Wadham College, University of Oxford

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Nicholas Wadham was born in 1532 in Merifield, near Ilminster, in Somerset. He founded an almshouse at Ilton in 1606. He planned the foundation of Wadham College, which was carried out by his widow.

Wadham College, University of Oxford

Oxford

Title

Nicholas Wadham (1532–1609)

Date

1595

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 86.4 x W 66 cm

Accession number

18

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Aetatis Suae 62 An Dni 1595

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