Product images of Captain James Newman-Newman (1767-1811)
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Captain James Newman-Newman (1767-1811)
A three-quarter-length portrait to left wearing captain's full-dress uniform, (over three years), 1795-1812. His bare right hand rests on his drawn sword and he holds his right glove in his gloved left hand. His seal is visible on the left, hanging from his waist. The sitter was a lieutenant in the 'Royal George', 100 guns, at the Battle of the First of June, 1794. Later he commanded frigates in the West Indies and home waters.
Archer James Oliver
- Image reference: BHC2910
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London