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Sir Christopher Wren (1632–1723), Fellow Commoner (1650)

Photo credit: Wadham College, University of Oxford

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The sitter was a Fellow of All Souls in 1653. He was an architect, astronomer and mathematician.

Wadham College, University of Oxford



Sir Christopher Wren (1632–1723), Fellow Commoner (1650)




oil on canvas


H 99.1 x W 86.4 cm

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Sir Chistopher Wren copied 1828 by Joseph Smith, Oxford from a picture in the Theatre by Verio, Kneller, & Thornhill


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