Product images of James Bradley, Astronomer Royal 1742-1762
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James Bradley, Astronomer Royal 1742-1762
Jacobus Bradley A.T.P Regalis Aocietatis Socius, Astronomus Regius et apud oxonienses. Astronomiae professor savilianus.
This is a black and white print of a painting of the Reverend James Bradley, Astronomer Royal 1742-1762. The original was painted by Thomas Hudson and presented to the Royal Society in 1790 where it remains to this day. The picture shows James Bradley from the waist up, seated and in clerical robes and a white wig, his body turned slightly to his left.
- Image reference: E7917
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, RGO Collection