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Sir John William De la Pole (1757–1799), 6th Bt

Photo credit: National Trust Images

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Sir John is shown in the library at Shute House (now Shute Barton, a property in the care of the National Trust) holding the plan of the new house, including the room in which he is standing. The plan is dated 1787 and bears the name of Thomas Parlby, the partner of his father-in-law James Templer.

National Trust, Antony

Torpoint


Date

1794

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 228.5 x W 142 cm

Accession number

352355

Acquisition method

on loan from the Trustees of Antony

Work type

Painting


Normally on display at

National Trust, Antony

Torpoint, Cornwall PL11 2QA England

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