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Re: Portrait of James Brindley
Posted by: Jean Bruce Date: November 22, 2001 at 23:02:42
In Reply to: Re: Portrait of James Brindley by Keri Roeder of 608

I think I was confusing the The National Gallery (UK) with The National Portrait Gallery (UK)in my Posting. However, there is a portrait of 'James Brindley' at :

I found his portrait after searching the collection. Put his name in the box marked 'sitter' You should reach his portrait( number NPG 6170) by Francis Parsons C 1770. (James lived 1716 - 1772.) The reproduction of the painting is small, and even after clicking on it to enlarge it, its still not easy to see.

Keri, The James Brindley I am referring to is the English 18th Engineer. You may already know of these 'Brindley' links, but if not, there is some info here. I hope this is of some help or interest to you :-))

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