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This shows the 17th Century religious dissenter, and founder of the Quakers, George Fox (1624–1691) striding through the streets of the city shouting ‘Woe to the Bloody City of Lichfield’.

Lichfield Heritage Centre





oil on canvas


H 300 x W 170 cm (E)

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on loan from Lichfield District Council

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Lichfield Heritage Centre

Market Square, Lichfield, Staffordshire WS13 6LG England

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