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Lord Howard of Effingham (1536–1624), 1st Earl of Nottingham

Photo credit: Nottingham City Museums

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Lord Howard of Effingham, Earl of Nottingham, Knight of the Garter and Lord High Admiral of England was the commander of the fleet which destroyed the Spanish Armada. The piece was painted about 1620, when the Admiral was an old man, by a follower of Daniel Mytens (the head and hands are certainly by Mytens himself) and is a studio replica of the portrait in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, which was painted throughout by Daniel Mytens.

Newstead Abbey, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries

Ravenshead


Date

17th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 243 x W 155 cm

Accession number

NCM 1952-18

Acquisition method

purchased from Lady Lucas, 1952

Work type

Painting


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Newstead Abbey, Nottingham City Museums and Galleries

Ravenshead, Nottinghamshire NG15 8GE England

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