Product images of Admiral Richard Edwards (1715-1795)
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Admiral Richard Edwards (1715-1795)
A three-quarter-length portrait of Richard Edwards, Admiral of the Blue. He faces left and wears a flag officer's full-dress uniform 1767-1783, with his hat and cane in his right hand. The background shows the coast of Newfoundland, where he fulfilled the seasonal appointment of Governor and Commander-in-Chief, 1778-1781. He became Commander-in-Chief at the Nore in 1788.
- Image reference: BHC2679
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London