London, South Kensington
30 October 2014
Circle of Sir Peter Lely (Soest, Westphalia 1618-1680 London)
Portrait of Edward, Lord Latimer (1665-1688), half-length, in a brown coat with a white collar and sleeves, in a feigned oval
oil on canvas
30 x 25¼ in. (76.2 x 64.2 cm.)
in a carved Sunderland style frame
By descent through the Dukes of Leeds, Hornby Castle, Yorkshire, to the present owner.
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Hornby Castle, Catalogue of Pictures, London, 1898, p. 3, no. 37.
Historical and descriptive catalogue of pictures belonging to His Grace The Duke of Leeds, London, 1902, p. 17, no. 37.
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