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Lady Elizabeth Percy (1636–1717), Widow of Arthur Capel, 1st Earl of Essex

Photo credit: Watford Museum

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Watford Museum



late 17th C or later


oil on panel


H 30 x W 23 cm (E)

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Acquisition method

gift from the Right Honourable Nona Isobel, Countess of Essex, 1997

Work type


Inscription description

Lady Elizabeth Percy, fifthe daughter of / the Earl of Northumberland born December 1st 1636 / who married May 19th 1653 to Arthur / Lord Capel, afterward, created Earl of Essex / …


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194 Lower High Street, Watford, Hertfordshire WD17 2DT England

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