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Sir John Jervis
- Sir John Jervis
Portrait, almost half-length standing directed to right, looking towards the viewer, left arm outstretched, wearing naval uniform with sash and star, frilled cravat and powdered wig tied at the nape; after Stuart; scratched open-letter proof. 1794
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 378 millimetres
- Width: 280 millimetres
Inscription ContentScratched below the image with the title in open letters, continuing 'Kinght of the Bath, Vice Admiral of the White, & Commander in Chief of his Majestys Ships at the Reduction of the Islands of Martinique, St. Lucia, Guadaloupe, Marie-Galante, Deseada, & the Saints', a dedication to the owner of the original 'Capital' painting, Francis Stevens Esqr, from the publishers, and "T. Stuart pinxt. / Robt. Laurie fecit / Published August 1794, by Robt. Laurie & Jas. Whittle, No. 53, Fleet Street, London. Successors to the late Mr. Robt. Sayer.".
British XVIIIc Unmounted Roy
Prints & Drawings
Portrait, almost half-length standing directed to right, looking towards the viewer, left arm outstretched, wearing naval uniform with sash and star, frilled cravat and powdered wig tied at the nape; after Stuart; scratched open-letter proof. 1794 Mezzotint
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Object reference number: PPA187572
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