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Equestrian Portrait of Thomas Pitt (created Earl of Londonderry in the reign of George II)
Maker:  School of Wootton
School of Wootton: Equestrian Portrait of Thomas Pitt (created Earl of Londonderry in the reign of George II), wearing blue coat with boots, knee breeches and scabbard marked in silver, seated upon a rearing grey horse with scenes of strife of battle in the background and a brigand holding flintlock musket at his side. Oil on Canvas. 54 x 43 inches.
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Gloucestershire
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