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Study of armour; man on horseback in an inlaid suit, seen from behind. 1825
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Height: 178 millimetres
Width: 127 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- The armour depicted in this drawing is that of Thomas Sackville, Baron Buckhurst, although at the time that Bonington drew it it was believed to have been the Duc de Longueville's. Nick Norman believes it to now be in the Wallace Collection. (No. A62).
See Noon, 2011, no 214.
See curatorial comment to 1857,0228.157.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1965 Nottingham Castle Museum and AG, 'R.P.Bonington', no.163
1991/2 Nov-Jan, Yale Center, 'Bonington', no. 38
1992 Feb-May, Grand Palais, Paris, 'Bonington', no. 38
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Patrick Noon ("Richard Parkes Bonington, the complete drawings", 2011, no. 214) gives the provenance as follows: Probably Bonington sale, 1829, with lot 15 or 16; Edward Vernon Utterson (1777-1856) (Christie's 24 February 1857, with lot 381, "An Album containing 45 items", bt. by the museum).
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