James Scott, Duke of Monmouth

Illustration

Mark Cartwright
by Peter Lely
published on 01 September 2022

A c. 1682 portrait by Peter Lely of James Scott, Duke of Monmouth (b. 1649). Monmouth was the illegitimate son of Charles I of England and led the failed Monmouth Rebellion against James II of England. He was executed for treason in 1685. (National Trust Collection)

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