Called King James II (1633 - 1701), as Duke of York

British (English) School
National Trust Inventory Number 222668

Category Paintings
Date 1800 - 1899
Materials Oil on panel
Measurements 305 x 248 mm (12 x 9 3/4 in)
Place of origin
Collection Westwood Manor, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Westwood Manor, Wiltshire, South West, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on panel, Called King James II (1633 - 1701), as Duke of York, English School, 19th century. A painted oval portrait painting of James, Duke of York, half-length, facing, wearing a red cloak with Garter star. The red cloak is wrong for a Garter star, and the likeness to James II is only partial, but both may be ascribable to this being a 19th Century pastiche.


Bequeathed to the National Trust by Edgar Graham Lister (1873 – 1956) with the house and collection of furniture in 1956.

Credit line

Westwood Manor, The Lister Collection (National Trust)

Makers and roles

British (English) School, artist

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Place of origin
Materials Oil paint (8301)
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Collection Westwood Manor, Wiltshire (Accredited Museum) (1059)
Periods 19th century (170744)
Maker British (English) School (3756)
Subjects King James II (1633–1701) (47)
Object Type Oil painting (12888)

Record Status


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