Portrait of a Lady called 'Countess of Nottingham' (c.1547-1603) ()
Artist: Critz, John de the elder (attributed to) - Title: Portrait of a Lady called 'Countess of Nottingham' (c.1547-1603) () - Date: 1600-1605 - Original Medium and Size: Oil on Wood 113.6 x 85.7
16th Century, 17th Century, Countess, Dark Hair, Dress, Female, Figure, John De The Elder Critz, Lady, Nottingham, Oil Painting, Pale, Portait, Ruff, Standing, Woman
Player's Please: Sailor, 1955
Player's Navy Cut small rectangular counter card. The background is yellow with a cream edge. In the centre is the head and shoulders of a sailor with "H M S EXCELLENT" on his hatband. In the bottom right hand corner is a sailor in a life buoy trade mark. The red title text reads "Player's // Please".
© Produced by the kind permission of Imperial Tobacco Limited, England
The Imposition (Prospect Room, Wollaton Hall, February 2006) by Helena Ben-Zenou
A large dynamic painting, inspired by renovation work in the Prospect Room, Wollaton Hall, February 2006, initially appearing to be an abstract arrangement of angular lines in black, grey and white with dull orange areas. A red and white striped band forms a diagonal across the top area of the painting. A strong white band on the left leads from top to bottom at a slight angle, other lines in grey and orange can be read as scaffolding; windows and stonework can be found in the background. Many areas are textured: the orange areas contain sandstone dust from Wollaton Hall.