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TRIAL OF STRAFFORD
On Friday 11th July 2008 the painting 'The Trial of Thomas Wentworth, 1st Earl of Strafford' was professionally transported to the Palace of Westminster.  The painting, an oil on canvas, produced in 1641 by Thomas A. Woolnoth (1785-1857) has been gifted to the House of Lords following extensive talks (led by the Chairman of the Louth Town Council Art Restoration Working Group, Councillor Mrs. M. Finch) and the drawing up of a Deed of Gift.  The picture to the left shows the picture as it was wrapped ready for transportation.  The House of Lords will spend in the region of £35,000 on having the work of art restored, whereafter, it will be displayed within the large entertaining rooms of the House of Lords.

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