Sir William Thompson MP (1678-1739)

Isaac Seeman (fl.1739 – London 1751) and Studio
National Trust Inventory Number 584398

Category Art / Oil paintings
Date 1739 (engr. after original) - circa 1750
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1238 x 984 mm (48 3/4 x 38 3/4 in)
Place of origin England
Collection Wallington, Northumberland (Accredited Museum)
On show at Wallington, Northumberland, Yorkshire and North East, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Sir William Thompson MP (1678-1739) by Isaac Seeman (fl.1739 – London 1751) and Studio, 1739 - circa 1750. Inscribed: in 18th century with name of sitter, bottom left: Sir Wm. Thompson Kt./Baron of the Exchequer 1727./m. Julia widow of 1st. Sr. Wm. Blackett of Wallington. A three-quarter-length portrait seated to left in judge's robes.


Given with the property to the National Trust in 1941 by Sir Charles Philips Trevelyan, 3rd Bt (1870-1958)

Credit line

Wallington, The Trevelyan Collection (National Trust)

Marks and inscriptions

(later inscription with name of sitter)

Makers and roles

Isaac Seeman (fl.1739 – London 1751) and Studio, artist
previously catalogued as attributed to Michael Dahl (Stockholm 1656/9 – London 1743), artist

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Collection Wallington, Northumberland (Accredited Museum) (10368)
Periods 18th century (87483)
Maker Isaac Seeman (fl.1739 – London 1751) and Studio (1)
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Subjects Sir William Thompson MP (1678-1739) (1)
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Record Status


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