Lord Burlington: the man and his politics : questions of loyalty
The final contribution is by Jane Clark. Her work contains the eagerly-awaited new evidence to support the thesis that Lord Burlington, despite his Whig appearances, was in reality a secret Jacobite. There are political essays which explore his direct links with the exiled Jacobite King; essays examining his patronage of artists, architects, writers, and the implications of his own architectural masterpiece, Chiswick House, among others.
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