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Lord Chatham collapses in the House of Lords, falling against a low platform on the right, the Duke of Mahon supporting his feet, the Duke of Cumberland his arm, his three sons John, William and James Pitt clustered around him, the throne in the background on the left, and peers gathered in front, one sitting at a table strewn with papers, and the Lord Chancellor, Lord Bathurst, wearing a hat; after Copley.
- Production date
- 1844 (circa; publication date of print by Peter Lightfoot)
Height: 122 millimetres (sheet)
Width: 186 millimetres (sheet)
- Curator's comments
- The drawing is a reduced version of a print by Peter Lightfoot entitled 'The Death of Chatham', published in 'The Gallery of Engravings', 1844. James R Saunders attributes the drawing to Lightfoot.
- Not on display
- Associated events
- Associated Event: Death of Chatham 1788
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