National Trust - Dyrham Park
Nestled among the rolling, wooded hills near Bath is Dyrham Park, famous for its deer. The country house was built around 1700 for William Blathwayt and Mary Wynter.
When the National Trust took on Dyrham Park in 1956, little of the collection remained and the house had lost many of its original furnishings. The Trust was able to buy back the two paintings by De Baen and De Heem for Dyrham Park.
- Jan de Baen (attributed to) - William III, as Prince of Orange (1650-1702)(c.1665-1670)
- Cornelis de Heem - A Still Life of Flowers and Fruit arranged on a Stone Plinth in Garden (c.1685)