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Admiral Clark Gayton (1720-87)
A three-quarter-length portrait to left in flag officer's full-dress uniform, 1767-1783, of blue coat with gold braid, white waistcoat decorated in gold trim, and a white wig. In the background to the left, behind his right arm, is the 'Antelope', 54 guns, flying his flag as Vice-Admiral of the White at Jamaica.
John Singleton Copley
- Image reference: BHC2705
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London