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Cromwell died in 1658, and the Rump Parliament, which had been purged of all members who would have voted to spare Charles I, was recalled to govern. However, it was immediately unpopular. Amid calls for a "free parliament" and "no more rumps," the London mob burned rumps of beef in the streets. In 1660 a freely elected parliament restored the monarchy.
Purchased by the John Herron Art Institute, Indianapolis, Indiana, now the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields, in 1911.