Product images of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle (1681?-1750)
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Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle (1681?-1750)
A three-quarter length portrait of Admiral Sir Chaloner Ogle painted between 1745-1747. He wears a blue velvet coat with gold buttons and gold embroidered buttonholes and a white campaign wig. His right hand rests on an anchor fluke his left on his hip. In the left background is a ship wearing a union at the main. This flag is not original to the picture which would have had a Captain's pendant. The presence of the white ensign suggests that the ship is the 'Worcester' which he commanded under Sir George Byng in 1717 who was an admiral of the white. This leads to a dating for the portrait of about 1718.
- Image reference: BHC2917
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection