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This copy came into possession of John Gibson's family through marriage. A letter to Mrs Hughes from Robert Southey, ' Keswick, Jan 27 1827, When next I may be in town I am to sit to your friend Sir Thomas Lawrence for Mr Peel. I have been made by different artists to look like a Methodist preacher, like an assassin, like a fop, like a fool, like a prig, like a sensualist, like a Jew who sells oranges, and like a felon on his trial for uttering false notes.
oil on canvas
20.1 x 16.5 cm
Keswick Museum and Art Gallery
Fitz Park Station Road, Keswick, Cumbria CA12 4NF EnglandView venue
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