- Also known as
Rev Dr Luttrell Wynne
primary name: Wynne, Luttrell
- individual; cleric/religious official; painter/draughtsman; British; Male
- Life dates
- from mid-1770s Rectory of St Erme, annexed to his manor of Polzne, Cornwall
- Amateur painter, pupil of John Baptist Malchair (q.v.); born London, educated Eton and Oxford (DCL 1771), made British and Continental tours, settling at rectory of St Erme annexed to his manor at Polzne Cornwall in mid 1770s. His papers, notebooks and sketchbooks of his travels were left to his cousin Edward Wm Wynne Pendarves and were on deposit with the Pendarves Papers in the Cornwall County Records office in Truro for several decades; they were removed in 2013 and were part of an auction by David Lay F.R.I.C.S. Catalogue 4 June 2013, lots 62-64 and especially lots 93-125 (lots 108-125 were purchased at the auction by one bidder, unknown); additional items (essays on electricity and on wit and humour) were offered at an earlier sale and sold later by Samuel GedgeLtd (cat. XV, nos. 130-1).
- Iolo A Williams, 'Notes on Paul Sandby and his predecessors in Wales', Transactions of the Honourable society of Cymmrodorion, 1961, pt. 2, pp. 16-33.
K. Sloan, 'A Noble Art', exh. cat. BM, 2000, no. 95