BIRDS-EYE VIEW OF DUNHAM MASSEY FROM THE SOUTH...

 
 
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Sudbury Hall from the South with formal gardens attributed to the English painters in the second half of the eighteenth century in the stone passage at Sudbury
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SIR ROWLAND WINN, 4TH BARONET, by Henry Pickering, 1752, in the Dining Room at Nostell Priory
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RICHARD LEGH (1634-87) by Sir Peter Lely (1618-1680)
RICHARD LEGH (1634-87) by Sir Peter Lely (1618-1680)
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VIEW OF SPEKE FROM THE SOUTH WEST C1865 by Wm
A COURTESAN, a portrait at Chirk Castle, attributed to Sir Peter Lely,(1618-1680),post-conservation
A COURTESAN, a portrait at Chirk Castle, attributed to Sir Peter Lely,(1618-1680),post-conservation