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The Right Honourable Betty Boothroyd, MP

© the artist. Photo credit: Parliamentary Art Collection

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Jane Bond studied at Saint Martins School of Art, City and Guilds School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. Amongst her many portrait commissions are paintings of Lord Ron Dearing, CB, and The Right Honourable Baroness Perry of Southwalk. This portrait of The Right Honourable Betty Boothroyd was exhibited in the Royal Society of Portrait Painters annual exhibition in May 2000. The Right Honourable Betty Boothroyd was Britain's first female Speaker of the House of Commons from 1992–2000.


oil on canvas


H 123 x W 101 cm (E)

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WOA 5445

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Parliamentary Art Collection

The Curator's Office, Department of Information Services, House of Commons, 1 Canon Row, Greater London SW1A 0AA England

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