A Lady of the Time of James I

Oil Painting
17th century (painted)
Not currently on display at the V&A


object details
Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Oil on panel
Brief Description
Oil painting, 'A Lady of the Time of James I', British School, 17th century
  • Estimate height: 22.75in
  • Estimate width: 17.625in
Object history
Purchased, 1892

Purchased from the sale of ‘Antique Furniture, Oak Cabinets, Curios, China, Pictures, Coins, &c., collected by Edward Peacock, Esq., F.S.A.’ held by Messrs. Spring and Son at Bottesford Manor, near Brigg, Lincolnshire, Wednesday, June 1st, 1892. Lot 24. ‘Oil painting of Mary Queen of Scots’, for £10-0-0. According to Nominal File (E. Peacock) this painting and three others (museum nos. 533, 534, 535, 536-1892) were acquired as ‘Costume Pictures’. Edward Peacock F.S.A (1831-1915) was then owner of Bottesford Manor.
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record createdFebruary 12, 2007
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