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Alfred Soord (1868-1915) was a painter whose most famous work is a painting of the parable of the lost sheep, depicting a sheep stranded halfway down a steep cliff and the shepherd hanging perilously over the edge, risking his own life to save it. He also has a portrait of Herbert Maxwell hanging in the National Portrait Gallery in Londond

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