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John Egerton (1646–1701), 3rd Earl of Bridgewater

Photo credit: Buckinghamshire County Council

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A half-length view of John Egerton (1646–1701), 3rd Earl of Bridgewater, Lord Lieutenant of Buckinghamshire, MP for Buckinghamshire, First Lord of the Admiralty, Viscount Brackley and Baron of Ellesmere. The portrait is set in an oval, the sitter shown in armour with a red sash and badge, wearing long, curling wig. The image matches a mezzotint print by John Smith after Sir Godfrey Kneller.

County Hall, Aylesbury

Aylesbury


Date

1680–1700

Medium

oil on copper

Measurements

H 17.5 x W 14.5 cm

Accession number

BCCJL:129

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Painting


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County Hall, Aylesbury

Walton Street, Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire HP20 1UA England

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