A daughter of one of our staff members had a go at recreating this portrait of Charles William Dyson Perrins! The portrait hangs over a set of stairs at the museum, so that he can have a look at every visitor before they leave.
Following the death of his father, Charles Dyson Perrins (b.1864), entered the family business – a string of chemist’s shops and the growing sale of Lea and Perrins Worcestershire sauce. For more information about Charles Perrins, and his role in the Royal Worcester factory, click here.
Have a go at re-creating this portrait, or go back to see what else you can recreate.