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North Side of Danson

Photo credit: London Borough of Bexley

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John Boyd, owner of Danson House, specially commissioned this painting as part of a suite of three. This is the view of the north side of Danson House by George Barret, probably painted around 1766. It depicts John Boyd himself on horseback with his family: the figure in the red waistcoat, which had been overpainted, was uncovered during conservation by English Heritage and may represent Boyd at a younger age.

London Borough of Bexley

More information

Date

c.1766

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 150 x W 200 cm

Accession number

BEYBM 2463

Acquisition method

gift; on loan to Danson House (Kent County Council)

Work type

Painting


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