Lady Godiva (painting)
|Medium||Oil painting on Canvas|
|Dimensions||142.2 cm (56.0 in) × 183 cm (72 in)|
|Location||Herbert Art Gallery and Museum|
Lady Godiva is an 1898 painting by English artist John Collier, who worked in the style of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. The portrayal of Lady Godiva and her well-known ride through Coventry, England, is held in Coventry's Herbert Art Gallery and Museum.
Lady Godiva was bequeathed by social reformer Thomas Hancock Nunn. When he died in 1937, the painting was offered to the Corporation of Hampstead. He specified in his will that should his bequest be refused by Hampstead, the painting was then to be offered to Coventry.
- Boyraz, Alp (19 March 2019). "This is the Herbert Art Gallery that you've ignored". Cov Campus. Retrieved 17 May 2019.
- Patrick W. Montague-Smith "Letters: Godiva's family tree", The Times, 25 January 1983
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