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A half-length portrait facing to the right in armour and a brown full-bottomed wig, on an oval stretcher and in an oval frame. The artist has detailed the lace collar and created highlights on the face, armour, lace and the red cloth (probably a sash or cloak) in the left foreground. Clements' career from 1667 to 1689 was almost entirely in command of royal yachts. As captain of the 'Expedition', 70 guns, during King William's War, he fought in the Anglo-Dutch fleet against the French at the Battle of Beachy Head in 1690.
oil on canvas
H 74.9 x W 62.2 cm
National Maritime Museum (Greenwich Hospital Collection)