Portrait of Thomas Bentley (1730-1780) Believed to have been painted by Joseph Wright of Derby (1734-1797).  From Linley Wood,  Talke, Staffordshire, England.

Portrait of Thomas Bentley (1730-1780). Believed to have been painted by JF Rigaud.

Portrait of Thomas Bentley 
(1730-1780)
Believed to have been painted by Joseph Wright of Derby
(1734-1797)

This portrait hung at Linley Wood untill 1949 when it was sold by Sotheby's in London.  Its present whereabouts are unknown.
A copy of this image is held by the National Portrait Gallery in London www.npg.org.uk .

Portrait of Thomas Bentley
(1730-1780) 
Believed to have been painted by JF Rigaud

 
This portrait was owned by the Roscoe family and is now in the Walker Art Gallery (WAG 2548),  Board of Trustees of the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside, Liverpool, England. www.nmgm.org.uk .

There is another version of this portrait in the Wedgwood Museum.

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