The Standard Bearer

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Description:Pen and wash drawing by Great Haywood born artist, Thomas Peploe Wood (1817-1845). This a sketch for one of Thomas's larger oil paintings, possibly 'Cromwell after the Battle of Worcester', painted for a Mr. Anderson in 1840.


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Needlework sampler by Frances Francis, aged 12
Needlework sampler by Frances Francis, aged 12

Linen background. Worked in cotton thread in shades of green, brown, red, purple, ...

Branch coloured on the spot
Branch coloured on the spot

A watercolour and pencil sketch of a birch log by Great Haywood born artist Thomas ...

Promethius Chained
Promethius Chained

Pen and wash drawing by Great Haywood born sculptor and artist Samuel Peploe Wood ...

French embroidered souvenir postcard
French embroidered souvenir postcard

Embroidered voile, framed with embossed white card. Embroidered with a ring of flowers ...

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Donor ref:G94.245.0001  (37/24445)

Source: Staffordshire Museum Service

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