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. Late 17th century portrait of two children in the classical tradition wearing flowing robes

Maker:  English School

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English School. Late 17th century portrait of two children in the classical tradition wearing flowing robes, one standing before a fountain with a tree in the background, the other seated holding a pet lamb and with a garland of flowers upon his knee, in a classical landscape. Inscribed Hugh Holme, father of the Rev Thomas Holme, married Mrs Bankes. Oil on Wood Panel. 48 x 54 inches. Panel cracked.

ID:  7112

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