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John MacCulloch (1773–1835)

Photo credit: The Royal Society

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Half-length portrait of John MacCulloch seated, resting his left hand on the gilded arm of the chair. His right hand holds a pen poised over a sheet of paper on a table to the left of the picture as viewed. MacCulloch wears a red coat with a fur collar over black trousers. His white shirt is open at the collar and there is a seal or watch at his hip, hanging from a blue ribbon.

The Royal Society

London


Date

c.1820

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 112.2 x W 86.1 cm

Accession number

RS.9737

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Louisa Magaretta MacCulloch, née White, 1858

Work type

Painting


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The Royal Society

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