Product images of Captain (Alexander Ball?) wearing the uniform of 1795-1812
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Captain (Alexander Ball?) wearing the uniform of 1795-1812
One of four painted in Malta it shows captain's undress coat, epaulettes, cocked hat, white waistcoat, white pantaloons, black hessian boots, sword, sword-belt, white stock and yellow gloves. This is inscribed lower left 'Anton..' or 'Antonaci' but is known to be the Maltese artist Antonio Grech, working around 1800, when the British captured Malta.
Original size: 256 mm x 174 mm
- Image reference: PU3111
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London