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A half-length portrait to left in captain's (over three years) full-dress uniform of 1795–1812 with the lapels buttoned back. In 1803 he was a lieutenant in the 'Victory', 100 guns, off Toulon, under Lord Nelson, from which in the following year he was promoted to commander. In October 1805 he was in command of the 'Weazel', 18 guns, and was the first to see the Franco-Spanish Allied fleet leaving Cadiz.
oil on canvas
H 76.2 x W 63.5 cm
National Maritime Museum (Greenwich Hospital Collection)