Captain Sir George Ralph Collier (1774-1824) by William Beechey

Captain Sir George Ralph Collier (1774-1824)

William Beechey

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Captain Sir George Ralph Collier (1774-1824)

A three-quarter-length portrait wearing captain's undress uniform of over three years, 1812-1825. He carries his sheathed sword in his right hand and points purposefully to the left of the picture with his left. He is portrayed standing on deck with a carronade to his right and San Sebastian in Northern Spain in the background. Early in 1814, he took the two new frigates 'Newcastle' and 'Leander', both 60 guns, out to the American coast, flying his broad pendant as Commodore in the 'Leander'. His last service was in 1818 and he committed suicide six years later.
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  • Image reference: BHC2624

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