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A three-quarter-length portrait to left facing to right, with the sitter wearing flag-officer's full-dress uniform, 1767–1783. With a dark tie-wig, he also wears the ribbon and star of the Order of the Bath, a dark navy jacket and white waistcoat embroidered with gold. His gloved right hand holds his sword hilt. His left hand gestures to the background, indicating the night attack on his fleet at Quebec in 1759 by French fire-rafts.
oil on canvas
H 127 x W 101.5 cm
National Maritime Museum (Greenwich Hospital Collection)