Product images of Captain William Stanway Parkinson (ca.1769-1838)
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Captain William Stanway Parkinson (ca.1769-1838)
A full-length, almost full-face (very slightly to the right) portrait showing Parkinson seated cross-legged in a red striped armchair, wearing a black, cutaway coat and trousers with a white waistcoat. On the left is a table with a cup and saucer and a gold brocade curtain.
William Stanway Parkinson was promoted lieutenant in 1794. He was first lieutenant of the ‘Vanguard’, 74 guns, Nelson’s flagship at the Battle of the Nile. He later commanded the ship shortly after promoted post in 1808.
Date: circa 1825
Size: 584 mm x 444 mm
Object Number: BHC2935
- Image reference: BHC2935
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London