George Granville Leveson-Gower, 1st Duke of Sutherland

Born: 09 Jan 1758 in London
Died: 19 Jul 1833
Landowner, canal and railway proprietor, M.P., diplomat; collector; encourager of the arts. Vice-President (1810-20) and President (1820-5) of the British Institution. Until 1786 known as Viscount Trentham; from 1786 to 1803, as Earl Gower; from 1803, as Marquess of Stafford; from 1833 as Duke of Sutherland.
Works of Art: 0
Books: 1
Archives: 11
Britton, John   The fine arts of the English school; illustrated by a series of engravings, from paintings, sculpture, and architecture, of eminent English artists: with ample biographical, critical, and descriptive essays, by various authors; edited and partly written by John Britton, F.S.A. - London 1812   
WA/2    Diary in printed "Student's Journal"    25 Sep 1821 - 24 Sep 1822    Item   
AND/19/194    Thomas Stothard, 28 Newman St., to the Marquis of Stafford, Cleveland House    18 May 1826    Item   
GRE/10    Lord Gower, Hamilton Place [to the Secretary]    06 Apr 1830    Item   
LAW/5/53    Robert Peel, Whitehall, to [Thomas Lawrence]    1 Jun 1826    Item   
LAW/4/230/1    Gower, Han. Place, to Sir Thomas    11 Jun 1824    Item   
LAW/2/196    Thos Lawrence, to Joseph Farington    [11 May 1817]    Item   
LAW/1/267    T. L[awrence], to Joseph Farington    12 May 1811    Item   
LAW/1/241    T. L[awrence], to Joseph Farington    9 Jun 1810    Item   
LAW/1/138    Thomas Lawrence, to Joseph Farington    [2 Jul 1806]    Item   
RAA/SEC/2/12/3    Marquess of Stafford, Cleveland House, St James's, to the President and Council    05 Mar 1817    Item   
RAA/SEC/2/12/1    The Marquess of Stafford, British Institution, Cleveland House, St James's, to the President and Council    22 Dec 1812    Item