Portrait of Sir Thomas Monson (1563/4-1641)

Date Created: 21 October 2013

Author: Mordaunt Bart

Source: The Internet

Owner: Bonhams Auctioners

Location: London, UK

Link to: Website

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Portrait of Sir Thomas Monson (1563/4-1641), three-quarter-length, in a slashed white doublet, girdled with a sword, holding a falcon and his wand of office bears inscription and date "Sr L'Estrange/Mordaunt Bart/June 26th 1611' (lower right) oil on panel 110 x 82 cm (43 5/16 x 32 5/16 in). 

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