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Colonel Sir Francis Brockman Morley, KCB, Chairman of the Middlesex County Sessions

Photo credit: Middlesex Guildhall Art Collection

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Full-length, in court dress, by a chair.

The Supreme Court, Middlesex Guildhall Art Collection

London


Date

1886

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 236.2 x W 146.1 cm

Accession number

697

Acquisition method

commissioned by the Magistrates of the County of Middlesex, 1886

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

1. John Collier 1886 2. Colonel Sir Francis Brockman Morley K.C.B. Chairman of the Middlesex Quarter Sessions. Painted for the Magistrates of the County 1886


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