Part 6 - Copy Print of Patrick Sarsfield

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IE CA CP/3/16/5/6


Copy Print of Patrick Sarsfield


  • c.1930 (Creation)

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(24 November 1900-26 July 1970)

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A copy print of an engraving of Patrick Sarsfield, 1st Earl of Lucan (c.1655-1693), an Irish Jacobite soldier. The source of the original print is not given but it likely dates to the mid-eighteenth century. A note states that the likeness of Sarsfield is derived from the ‘original picture in the possession of Sir Charles Bingham Bart. of Castlebar in the County of Mayo, in the Kingdom of Ireland’.

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The National Portrait Gallery attributes the engraving to Angélique Tilliard (née Bregeon), probably after Anne, Lady Bingham (née Vesey) (1697-1761), the mother of Sir Charles Bingham (1735-1799) of Castlebar, County Mayo. See

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