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|TitleOfWork:||Thomas, 1st Earl of Stafford (2nd Creation)|
|DescriptionOfPhoto:||view of sculpture with house behind|
|Location:||Wentworth Castle. (SE432403)|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Location: At the north end of Wentworth Castle. The original location was in the centre of Stainborough Castle, the folly built by the 1st Earl for his children at the highest point of his estate. The statue stood for many years under a canopy but this no longer exists in a useable form.
Description: The Earl is shown dressed as a Roman centurion?
Commission: 2nd Earl of Stafford: the son of the subject
Comment: A rare full length work by the artist. The plinth and statue are in poor condition having stood outside for over two hundred years.