MAN CONSUMED BY FLAMES by Isaac Oliver (1556?-1617),...

 
 
©NTPL/John Hammond
id: 358008

You might also like...

HENRY RICH, 1ST EARL OF HOLLAND attributed to Samuel Cooper (1609-1672), a miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
HENRY RICH, 1ST EARL OF HOLLAND attributed to Samuel Cooper (1609-1672), a miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
AN UNKNOWN CHILD by Isaac Oliver (1556?-1617), miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
AN UNKNOWN CHILD by Isaac Oliver (1556?-1617), miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
UNKNOWN LADY by Samuel Cooper (1609-1672), miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
UNKNOWN LADY by Samuel Cooper (1609-1672), miniature painting in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
ALFONSO D'AVALOS ALLEGORY by David des Granges (1611-ca.1675), painting of the Marquis of Vasto and his mistress at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames.
ALFONSO D'AVALOS ALLEGORY by David des Granges (1611-ca.1675), painting of the Marquis of Vasto and his mistress at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames.
CAPTAIN THE HON. JOHN TOLLEMACHE, RN (1744-1777) by James Scoular (1741-1787), a miniature in oval frame in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
CAPTAIN THE HON. JOHN TOLLEMACHE, RN (1744-1777) by James Scoular (1741-1787), a miniature in oval frame in the Green Closet at Ham House, Richmond-upon-Thames
JAMES BUTLER, 1ST DUKE OF ORMONDE (1610-88) IN GARTER ROBES by Sir Peter Lely, inscribed and dated 1678
JAMES BUTLER, 1ST DUKE OF ORMONDE (1610-88) IN GARTER ROBES by Sir Peter Lely, inscribed and dated 1678
HENRY JERMYN, EARL OF ST ALBANS (d.1684) IN GARTER ROBES, dated and inscribed 1674, by Sir Peter Lely and Studio. Painting in the State Dressing Room at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire.
HENRY JERMYN, EARL OF ST ALBANS (d.1684) IN GARTER ROBES, dated and inscribed 1674, by Sir Peter Lely and Studio. Painting in the State Dressing Room at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire.
MARY CURZON, COUNTESS OF DORSET (d.1645) by William Hamilton RA (1750/51-1801), after William Larkin (active 1606-d.1619), painting in the State Bedchamber at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire. Painting photographed post-conservation.
MARY CURZON, COUNTESS OF DORSET (d.1645) by William Hamilton RA (1750/51-1801), after William Larkin (active 1606-d.1619), painting in the State Bedchamber at Kedleston Hall, Derbyshire. Painting photographed post-conservation.