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Leigh, Jaredlocked

(1724–1769)
  • W. A. J. Archbold
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Leigh, Jared (1724–1769), painter of landscapes and seascapes, was descended from the Leighs of West Hall, High Leigh, Cheshire. A letter from Trinity College, Oxford, dated to 1757–8 and thanking him for his donation of a picture, Dead Christ, which he presented to the ...

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