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Sir Richard Jebb (1729–1787) was physician to Westminster Hospital and St George’s Hospital, London. He became physician-extraordinary to George III who favoured him, granting him an estate in Enfield Chase, Middlesex, where he kept deer. Jebb was also physician-in-ordinary to the Prince of Wales, and was buried in Westminster Abbey. Jebb was noble and generous, and fond of wine and music, but could be unpredictable.
oil on canvas
H 76.2 x W 63.5 cm
gift from Reverend R. F. Halifax, 1827