National Trust - Dunham Massey
Dunham Massey is a country house near Manchester dating from the seventeenth century. George Booth, 2nd Earl of Warrington, was only 19 when he inherited the estate from his father in 1694.
In 1976, a descendant left the house, estate and collection to the National Trust – one of the largest bequests in the organisation’s history.
From this house you will see the following works in the Mauritshuis:
- Adriaen van Diest - Bird’s-eye View from the South(c.1697)