Product images of Horatio Nelson (1758-1805)
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Horatio Nelson (1758-1805)
Earl Nelson [sic]. From a sketch taken from Life, by C. Grignon, at Naples, 1797'. A late print probably made from the lithographs (PAD3759 or PAD3760) from Grignion's original drawing (PAF4381), itself in fact made at Palermo on 7 February 1799 (Walker, Nelson Portraits, pp.94-5, ill. 95). Like the lithograph it wrongly calls nelson 'Earl' rather than Viscount - the rank he died in- though he was a baron when Grignion did the drawing.
Original size: 286 mm x 224 mm
- Image reference: PU4155
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London