Edmund Jermyn (1516/17-1573) (after British (English) School, 1567)

British (English) School
National Trust Inventory Number 851796

Category Paintings
Date 1567 (bears date) - 1600 - 1699
Materials Oil on canvas
Measurements 1245 x 991 mm (49 x 39 in)
Place of origin
Collection Ickworth, Suffolk (Accredited Museum)
On show at Ickworth, Suffolk, East of England, National Trust

Summary description

Oil painting on canvas, Edmund Jermyn (1516/17-1573) (after British (English) School, 1567), British (English) School, inscribed: Aet Suae 50 Ano Dni 1567 - 17th century. A three-quarter-length portrait of a man, facing, gazing at the spectator, with full long brown beard moustache and whiskers, wearing a striped doublet and cap, left hand on hips, his right hand holding a brown purse/money-bag, a jewelled miniature hanging from a blue ribband round his neck. Arms of Jermyn. A panel below contains the following: Edmund Jermyn Esqr of Rushbooke who gave an annuitie of 40 pounds per Ano for ever to the Poore of Bury St Ed. -taken from the inscription below the superior version of the portrait in the Guildhall, Bury St Edmunds.

Provenance

From Rushbrooke (? Edmund Farrer, Portraits in Suffolk Houses (West), 1908, p.298, no.29 at Rushbrooke);

Marks and inscriptions

EDMUND JERMYN ESQr RUSHBROOKE WHO GAVE AN ANNUITIE OF 40 POUNDS PER AN;M FOR EVER TO THE POORE OF BURY ST.ED'S. (below portrait)

Makers and roles

British (English) School, artist
after British (English) School, artist

Related items

Place of origin
Materials Canvas (10041)
Category Paintings (12642)
Collection Ickworth, Suffolk (Accredited Museum) (11352)
Periods 16th century (6236)
17th century (32909)
Maker British (English) School (3755)
Subjects Edmund Jermyn (1516/17-1573). (1)
Object Type Oil painting (12640)

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