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Dr Leslie Wayper (1913–2006), Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Secretary and Director of the Board of Extra-Mural Studies (1977–1980)

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This painting shows historian, Dr Leslie Wayper (1913–2006), Fellow of Fitzwilliam College, Secretary and Director of the Board of Extra-Mural Studies from 1977–1980. The Wayper Room at Madingley Hall is named after him.

Madingley Hall, University of Cambridge

Cambridge


Date

1981

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 63 x W 53 cm

Accession number

10

Acquisition method

commissioned by the Board of Extra-Mural Studies

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

R.W. Abrahams, 1981


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Madingley Hall, University of Cambridge

Madingley Hall, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB23 8AQ England

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