Product images of Admiral Sir Charles Saunders (1713-1775)
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Admiral Sir Charles Saunders (1713-1775)
A three-quarter-length portrait to left facing to right, with the sitter wearing flag-officer's full-dress uniform, 1767-1783. Sir Charles Saunders, Admiral of the Blue, commanded the naval force that co-operated with Wolfe in the capture of Quebec in 1759. We know from a contemporary letter, dated 1772 from Lord Hood to Lady Chatham, that Saunders sat at least three times for this portrait.
- Image reference: BHC3011
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection