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Edward Shipley Ellis (1817–1879)

Photo credit: Leicester Arts and Museums Service

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Edward Shipley Ellis was the only son of John Ellis, railway pioneer, and Martha Shipley, who died shortly after his birth. He was responsible for helping to set up Leicester Museum, the free library, the Art School, the Permanent and Temperance Building Society. A Leicester Literary & Philosophical Society member (1852), he became Mayor in 1860 and followed his father as Chairman of the Midland Railway at the time of its maximum expansion.

New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

Leicester


Date

1878

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 127.3 x W 111.7 cm

Accession number

L.F38.1949.0.0

Acquisition method

transferred from Leicester Corporation, City Estates, 1949

Work type

Painting


New Walk Museum & Art Gallery

53 New Walk, Leicester, Leicestershire LE1 7EA England

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