The first owner of Harringay House had an art collection that was described by art experts in the early nineteenth century as "one of the finest small collections of pictures in the country".
He seems to have been particularly fond of of the Dutch masters. One part of his collection was acquired during the aftermath of the French Revolution.
The collection included a number of works by Reubens, Rembrandt, Van Dyck and Titian to name but a few.
The few items collected here are those for which I've been able to gather images.
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