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Lord Byron (1788–1824)

Photo credit: Nottingham City Museums

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Study of the poet as a young man, with short, light brown hair curling onto his temples, and blue eyes. He faces left, and wears a dark coat with a wrapover collar, a gold coloured waistcoat, a white shirt with a large collar, and a red brooch at the neck. On his right hand he wears a ring.

Nottingham City Museums

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More information


oil on canvas


H 91.4 x W 72.4 cm

Accession number

NCM 1903-28

Acquisition method

gift from Mr T. J. Birkin, Esq., 1903

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