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A group portrait of three sons of William Money (1738–1796), a Director of the East India Company, commissioned by Sir Robert Wigram, Money's lifelong friend and business partner. The central figure, William Taylor, is shown in three-quarter length, looking towards the viewer. He wears the uniform of a lieutenant of the East India Company marine service. He was the eldest son and had his first East India commission as a lieutenant in the ‘Rose’ in 1786.
oil on canvas
101.6 x 127 cm