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Title Cromwell dissolving the Long Parliament
Date 1907
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions 1248 x 940 mm
Accession number M1921/1/1
Credit line Mackelvie Trust Collection, Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki Frame sponsored by John Gow family
Inscriptions A.C. Gow 1907 (LC) (reverse) "Cromwell Dissolving the Long Parliament" 1653 Andrew C. Gow, R.A. 30 Grove End Road, N.W. London; (sticker) Liverpool 1909 Dicksee & Co., The Fine Art Society Ltd. 148 New Bond St. London W.1 Title (u/lined) (as above) Artist (u/lined) A C Gow RA
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