Product images of Admiral of the Fleet Terence Thornton Lewin, 1920-1999, Baron Lewin of Greenwich, KG, GCB, LVO, DSC
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Admiral of the Fleet Terence Thornton Lewin, 1920-1999, Baron Lewin of Greenwich, KG, GCB, LVO, DSC
Lord Lewin is shown full-length, wearing the uniform of Admiral of the Fleet. He is positioned in the Painted Hall of the Old Royal Naval College at Greenwich (formerly the Royal Hospital for Seamen), standing in the Upper Hall close to the spot where Lord Nelson's body lay in state early in January 1806. The portrait was commissioned in 1995 to commemorate Lord Lewin's period as Chairman of the Trustees of the National Maritime Museum, 1987-95. It reflects on the Admiral's long and distinguished service in the Royal Navy from 1939, as well as his 50-year association with the College, whose buildings the Navy left in 1998.
- Image reference: D9903
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London