Product images of Captain John Bentinck, 1737-1775, and his son, William Bentinck, 1764-1813
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Captain John Bentinck, 1737-1775, and his son, William Bentinck, 1764-1813
A double full-length portrait showing the Captain seated on the left facing right in captain's full-dress uniform, over three years, 1774-1787, and a grey wig. William, his son, is standing facing left towards his father, holding a model yacht, in the uniform of the Naval Academy at Portsmouth. They are shown in the captain's cabin of the 'Centaur', 74 guns, which was the guardship at Portsmouth.
- Image reference: BHC2550
- National Maritime Museum