- Museum number
- Object: His Majesty Reviewing ... attended by ... the Prince of Wales ... the Duke of York ...
George III on horseback in profile to left, in military uniform with cocked hat, right hand raised gesturing towards the lines of cavalry riding past in review to left, looking back towards the Duke of York and Generals Fawcett and Dundas, mounted behind him, with the Prince of Wales beside him raising his sabre in right hand, and his equerry Major Goldsworthy standing next to the king's horse, Adonis; after Beechey; final proof of first state labelled 'seventh' after lettering begun. 1799
- Production date
Height: 585 millimetres
Width: 662 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- After a large painting now in the Royal Collection.
Ward made a second, identical, plate of this subject (Frankau 41): Frankau suggests that this may have been because the first plate was ruined by the 'bad engraver'.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1989 May-Sep, BM, Shadow of the Guillotine: Britain and French Revolution, cat.213
1990 Jan-Mar, Manchester, Whitworth AG, Britain and French Revolution
1990 Jun-Sep, Vizille, Mus Rev/Francaise, Britain and French Revolution
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 1979,U.990