Painting of Edmund Wyndham (1601-1683)

Description
Edmund Wyndham was a leading Somerset Royalist during the Civil War. In 1644 he besieged Taunton, bombarding the castle from the west and the town from the east. When Robert Blake, the Parliamentary commander, refused to surrender, Wyndham marched away. The following year he was himself besieged in Bridgwater.
Accession Loan No.
TTNCM : 176/2007/1
Simple Name
painting
Collection Country
England
Medium
oil
Common Name
painting of Edmund Wyndham (1601-1683)
Production Country
England
Material
canvas, wood
Period Classification
Post-Medieval (AD 1500-1800)
Collection Class
Civil War & Rebellion
Collection Contintent
Europe
Production Continent
Europe
Production Date
1635 (about)
Collection Parish
Barwick
Collection Town
Yeovil
Collection County
Somerset
Collection Site Name
Newton Surmaville
On Display
Museum of Somerset
Created At
2016-05-07 16:52:25
Updated At
2016-05-07 16:52:25

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