Ref NoONM/2/312
TitleWeesop, active in England 1641-1649
DescriptionIncludes:

-family tree tracing lineage of the Earl of Cardigan
-three notes on Weesop
-letter from Edmund Brudenell, Deene Park, Northamptonshire, dated 24 February 2001, concerning Weesop
-letter from Fred G. Meijer, Curator, Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistoriche Documentatie (RKD), The Hague, Netherlands, dated 9 March 2001, concerning the origin of Weesop
-letter from Alastair Laing, The National Trust, dated 3 March 2001, concerning the attribution of Weesop paintings in various collections
-summary description of the following paintings: The Hon. Edward Cranfield; James Cranfield Earl of Middlesex
-letter from Dr John Crook, Winchester, dated 3 April 2001, concerning images by Weesop
-letter from Caroline Elam, Editor, Burlington Magazine, dated 19 April 2001, concerning an article on Weesop
-letter from Caroline Elam, Editor, Burlington Magazine, dated 30 April 2001, concerning an article on Weesop
-summary description of the following painting: Portrait of Esme Stuart, Duke of Richmond by Weesop
-journal article: Millar, Oliver (2001), 'Weesop: flesh on a skeleton', Burlington Magazine, October 2001, pp625-630
Date[1950s-2000s]
LevelFile
Extent1 file (53 images; 1 family tree; 3 notes; 6 letters; 2 summary descriptions; 1 journal article)
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Image CaptionRecto and verso, b/w print of Lady with a Globe by Weesop
Letter from Fred G. Meijer, Curator, Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistoriche Documentatie (RKD), The Hague, Netherlands, dated 9 March 2001, concerning the origin of Weesop
Recto and verso, letter from Alastair Laing, The National Trust, dated 3 March 2001, concerning the attribution of Weesop paintings in various collections
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