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Portrait of an Unknown Man Associated with the Ingleby Family of Valentines Mansion, Essex

Image credit: Redbridge Museum

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This is one of nineteen paintings associated with the Ingleby family of Valentines estate, Ilford, Essex which were donated to Ilford Borough Council in 1957 by Clement Rolfe Ingleby, son of Holcombe Ingleby of Sedgeford Hall, Norfolk. It now forms part of the collections of Redbridge Museum.

Redbridge Museum

London

Title

Portrait of an Unknown Man Associated with the Ingleby Family of Valentines Mansion, Essex

Date

mid-18th C

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 95 x W 81 cm

Accession number

1997.1083

Acquisition method

donated to Ilford Borough Council, 1957; transferred

Work type

Painting

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