The Boscobel Oak with a Medallion of William Penderel (c.1609-1700), 1651

George Alsop (fl.1722-1730)
National Trust Inventory Number 477507

Category Paintings
Date 1651 (bears inscription and date)
Materials Oil on canvas in a giltwood frame
Measurements 730 x 615 mm
Place of origin
Collection Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire (Accredited Museum)
On show at Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire, Midlands, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Boscobel Oak with Medallion within the Tree depicting William Penderel (c.1609-1700) by George Alsop (fl.1722-1730). A half-length portrait, full face, turned to right. He is wearing a coat with white cravat/stock. Inscribed around medallion; 'William Pendrill of Boscobel in the County of Salop'. Inscribed along the bottome ' THIS EMBLEM REPRESENTS THE LOYALLTY OF SAYD PENDRILL AND HIS LITTLE FAMILY INSTRUMENTAL IN THE DELIVERANCE OF HIS sacred Maj ty Charles 2d 1651 Geo Alsop pinx'

Provenance

Given by Sir Edward and Lady Thompson, 1989

Marks and inscriptions

THIS EMBLEM REPRESENTS THE LOYALLTY....INSTRUMENTAL IN THE DELIVERANCE OF HIS Sacred Majty Charles 2d 1651 Geo Alsop pinx

Makers and roles

George Alsop (fl.1722-1730), artist

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Materials Canvas (9999)
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Category Paintings (12603)
Collection Moseley Old Hall, Staffordshire (Accredited Museum) (640)
Periods 17th century (32740)
Maker George Alsop (fl.1722-1730) (4)
Subjects William Penderel (c.1609-1700) (4)
Object Type Oil painting (11528)

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