Lord Nelson (1758–1805)
Lord Nelson (1758–1805)
Lord Nelson (1758–1805)
Lord Nelson (1758–1805)
Lord Nelson (1758–1805)
Lord Nelson (1758–1805)

Image credit: National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth

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A full length bronze portrait statue of Lord Nelson modelled by Princess Louise, daughter of Queen Victoria. Nelson is depicted bareheaded and standing facing slightly to his right, with his left leg forward and slightly bent. He has a telescope in his left hand, tucked in at the left side with the eyepiece pointed downwards. The telescope is removable. The figure stands on a hexagonal base.

National Museum of the Royal Navy, Portsmouth



Lord Nelson (1758–1805)






H 65 x W 31 x D 26 cm

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Louise 1906


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HM Naval Base, Portsmouth, Hampshire PO1 3NH England

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