Brownlow North by Kettle



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Tilly Kettle (1735–1786)

English: Brownlow North (1741–1820), future bishop of Winchester
Français : Brownlow North (1741–1820), future évêque de Winchester
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oil on canvas


76 × 63 cm (29.9 × 24.8 in)

Baltimore Museum of Art, Maryland, Flag of the United States.svg United States


T. Kettle Pinxit ; Elizabeth Agnes Daingerfield Collection


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  • 2010-04-03, 22:36, User:Chhe 1,865×2,200 (2.58 MB) A portrait of Brownlow North by Tilly Kettle painted from 1762-1763. The painting is an oil on canvas. Baltimore Museum of Art

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