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Details of this orphan work
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Applicant or licensee name:
The National Trust
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Title or short description:
Oil painting by Margaret Lindsay Williams (1888-1960)2. The Devils Daughter
Full description:Oil on canvas, dimensions: 1295 x 1562 x 55 mm.The painting depicts a smiling young woman in a gold and black dress. She clutches a skull to her chest with one hand and holds a gold embroidered fan in the other.She wears a black hat with a small skull emblem on the front centre.A monk reaches towards her from the bottom right, only his hands are shown , he clutches a crucifix, facing it towards her.The background is dark.
Category:Still visual art
Type of work:
Museum, gallery, library or archive holding the work:
We ( the National Trust) a conservation and heritage charity in the UK, will be housing this painting at out property in South Wales; Dyffryn Gardens.
Details and dates of publication, broadcast and/or distribution:
Photographs appear of the painting ,in a book by Angela Gaffney, published in 1999 by University of Wales.
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|In non-commercial promotional material – print and digital|
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Known creators or right holders
|Creator||No||Margaret Lindsay Williams (Deceased)|
|Beneficiary||No||Peter Bernall Williams (deceased?)|
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