Three-quarter length portrait of Edward Cecil, Viscount Wimbledon (1572-1638).

The sitter has grey hair, moustache and a beard, and is wearing armour. He has a white lace-trimmed collar and pink sash over right shoulder. Inscribed and dated.


Probably painted for sitter or for Princess Elizabeth; by descent to Cornelia, Countess Craven.

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