Product images of Captain William Peel (1824-1858)
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Captain William Peel (1824-1858)
A posthumous full-length portrait of Peel, wearing a captain's frock coat, and with a rose in his buttonhole. In his right hand he holds a fighting sword and he waves a solar topee with his left. The action leading up to the relief of Lucknow is taking place behind him. Close behind Peel on the left is a soldier of the 53rd Foot and on the right a crew loads a gun. In the distance a bridge is lined with soldiers advancing on the city of Lucknow, implied in the distance on the left.
- Image reference: BHC2943
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Greenwich Hospital Collection