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Figures in Russian (?) military uniform
The soldier on the right appears to have a Russian double-headed eagle on the cuff of his boot, while the dress of the civilian figure to the rear also suggests a Russian nobleman or rich merchant. They soldiers are also apparently cavalrymen from their boots and spurs. This is one four of the Bray drawings (PAF2045-2048) which have the distinctive 'frame', suggesting they have been transferred from another group. All are probably later than the main 1770s group both from the costume and style , which is more finished.
Gabriel Bray (1750-1823)
Original size: 127 mm x 80 mm
- Image reference: PT2045
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London