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Artist Richard Burchett (1815–75)[1]
Title Sanctuary — Edward IV and Lancastrian Fugitives at Tewkesbury Abbey aka Edward IV Withheld by Ecclesiastics from Pursuing Lancastrian Fugitives into a Church
King Edward IV and his Yorkist troops are beseeched by a priest to stop the pursuit of their Lancastrian foes who have requested sanctuary from the abbey.
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 61 × 108 in (154.9 × 274.3 cm)
London, United Kingdom
Accession number 600
Object history Bequeathed to the City of London in 1895 by E. J. Brett, Esquire.
Notes Brett has earlier permitted a lithograph to be produced of this painting.[2]
References Knight, Vivien () The Works of Art of the Corporation of London: A Catalogue of Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings, Prints and Sculpture, Cambridge, United Kingdom: Woodhead-Faulkner, pp. p. 38 ISBN: 0859413799.
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