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- Object: Bourchier, Lord Berners.
Portrait, half-length to right, holding an apple (?) in his left hand; wearing a soft hat and fur-trimmed robes with embroidered sleeves; after Holbein.
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Height: 112 millimetres (image)
Width: 105 millimetres (image)
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- L,61.1 to 38 is recorded in the 1837 inventory as being an album of lithographic portraits presented by Dawson Turner. The album was broken up at a later date and the prints distributed in the portrait series. Most of them are lettered as having been drawn by Hannah Sarah Brightwen, who was Turner's (married) daughter, but others record the name of Mary Turner, Harriet Gunn, J M Johnson, Eden Eddis and Louis Parez. Records in the British Museum suggest that these prints were donate by Turner over a period of time between 1833 and 1835. These must have then been bound in the British Museum at some point between 1835 and 1837. The prints by Englemann must have been printed between 1826 and 1833, when he had a branch in London.
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