Part of a gift to 19 museums by Joan Hurst through the Art Fund in 2002.

1) textile panel with raised oval panel surrounded by animals; 2) textile panel with lady (possibly Queen Anne) and parrot (museum catalogues as 'lady in a garden with animals and birds'); 3) 17th century embroidered cushion (ex-Mayorcas collection), illustrated; 4-9) Five Leeds creamware plates, circa 1790, painted in Holland with scenes from The Prodigal Son, plus an additional plate of 1750 with the Sacrifice of Isaac; 10) collection of 18th century Battersea and Staffordshire boxes, mustard pots, etc; 11-12) Pair of Queen Anne cushions with central roundels showing a male and female figure in a landscape; 13) unfinished embroidery with an enthroned King; 14) Embroidery of a lady in a garden with animals (museum records as 'Shepherdess in front of a country house').

Temple Newsam House

Temple Newsam Estate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS15 0AE
0113 336 7461

Opening times

3 Nov – 12 Feb
Pre-booked visits and tours only (see website to book)

13 Feb – 30 Oct
Tue – Sun
10.30 am – 5pm (last admission 4.15pm)

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