Product images of Admiral Francis Holburne (1704-1771) and his son, Sir Francis, 4th Baronet (1752-1820)
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Admiral Francis Holburne (1704-1771) and his son, Sir Francis, 4th Baronet (1752-1820)
A three-quarter-length portrait, full face, wearing flag officer's undress uniform of 1748-1767 and a tie wig. His right hand is round the shoulders of his young son, Francis, who leans on an anchor fluke facing to the left. Facing forwards and looking to the left, the boy wears a midshipman's uniform with a three-cornered hat and leather gloves.
Sir Joshua Reynolds
- Image reference: BHC2767
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection