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Sir Edward (1529-1609) and Lady Agnes Stradlinge (1547-1624)

BRITISH SCHOOL, 16th Century

Sir Edward (1529-1609) and Lady Agnes Stradlinge (1547-1624)

Date: 1590

Media: oil on panel

Size: 108.2 x 77.2 cm

Acquired: 1992; Loan; Church in Wales

Accession Number: NMW A(L) 803

This panel shows Sir Edward Stradlinge (1529-1609) who transferred his ancestors' remains to the church of St Donat's, and commisioned these commemorative panels. He also erected a polychrome marble tomb for himself and his wife Agnes, daughter of Sir Edward Gage (Comptroller of the Household of Henry VIII). They are depicted together here also, and are shown in contemporary costume, carrying prayer books. His motto VERTUES HOLE PRAISE CONSISTETH IN DOING is inscribed at the top. Edward was educated at Oxford and was renowned as an antiqurian, genealogist and a Welsh scholar, who paid for the publication o Sion Dafydd Rhys's grammar Cambrobrytannicae Linguae Institutiones in 1592.

Comments(4)

Graham Davies
10 March 2015, 10:06
Dear Graeme Stradling,
Thank you for your comment, I have asked for copies of the images from our art department.
Thanks
Graham
Graeme Stradling
10 March 2015, 04:43
Hello Graham
Would it be possible to get printable quality digital copies of the Stradling(e) images please (for reproduction for family members? )
Kind regards
Graeme Stradling
Amgueddfa Cymru
3 September 2013, 15:40
Dear Martin Blamey, I have forwarded your enquiry onto our Art Department Curators and I will post information when available,
Regards,
Graham Davies - Online Curator
Martin Blamey
7 August 2013, 09:41
I am doing some research into the Stradling family of St Donats. Would it be possible to get a print of the three depictions of the family members listed on your website?
Thanks.

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