Fri 18 November 2011, The Guardian

John Banville: A portrait of Launcelot Northbrook

By John Banville
The National Portrait Gallery has a number of paintings that were once thought to be recognisable aristocrats, but their subjects are in fact unknown. This is the imagined story of the man formerly thought to be James Scott, Duke of Monmouth and Buccleuch
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