Product images of Commander John Larkan, 1746-1830
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Commander John Larkan, 1746-1830
A rectangular bust-length miniature in watercolour and body colour on ivory (with a vertical central split) in a gilt moulded wooden picture frame.The sitter is shown in the 1812-1825 commanders' and captains' full dress, with the plain epaulettes of the former. Though the colour has been affected by light, he has green eyes and red hair and looks younger than a man whom the uniform date suggests would have had to be at least sixty-six.
- Image reference: F9607
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London