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In his portrait, Professor Shaw is wearing the Vice Chancellor gown of the university. This gown is made from black Paisley brocade with a square collar at the back of red Paisley brocade edged with gold lace. The sleeves are trimmed above and below the sleeve opening with gold ornaments of a traditional pattern. With this gown a black velvet mortar board cap is worn with gold button and tassel and edged with one-inch gold lace.
oil on canvas
H 124 x W 83 cm