Rogers" "Reckless Unbound" print at six and a half feet tall is now a part of Viscount Weymouth's and the Longleat House Collection, and will be amongst Italian Renaissance painting masterpieces by Titian, Tintoretto and others.
Longleat is an English stately home, currently the seat of the Marquesses of Bath, and is open to the public. The house reflects one family's collections over more than 400 years. Titian's "Rest on the Flight into Egypt", worth £5 million in 2002, was stolen in 1995 but was subsequently found and can be seen in the house.
The collections range from the magnificent (paintings and furniture ) to the macabre (the blood-stained vest worn by Charles I at his execution in 1649). The 16th-century English portraits, sporting scenes and Italian Old Masters that decorate the walls are complemented by English, French, Italian and furniture, while the current Marquess of Bath’s exuberant murals can be seen in his private apartments. Longleat’s seven libraries between them house one of the largest book collections in Europe, with over 40,000 volumes.