James Brownlow William Cecil (1791–1868), 2nd Marquess of Salisbury

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Full-length, in court dress, by a draped table.

The Supreme Court, Middlesex Guildhall Art Collection



James Brownlow William Cecil (1791–1868), 2nd Marquess of Salisbury


1854 or before


oil on canvas


H 236.2 x W 144.8 cm

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Marquis of Salisbury


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