Product images of Captain William Gordon (circa 1709-1768)
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Captain William Gordon (circa 1709-1768)
A three-quarter length portrait slightly to the right in captain's full dress uniform (over three years), 1748-1767 and a tie wig. It was made after Gordon took part with Lord George Graham in an action with French privateers off Ostend in 1745. He later served under Boscawen at Louisbourg in 1758 and with Saunders at the taking of Quebec in the following year. Gordon eventually rose to the rank of Admiral of the White.
- Image reference: BHC2718
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London