John Adams, alias John Wilkinson, Greenwich Pensioner boatswain's mate of the 'Agamemnon' by Frederick Cruikshank

John Adams, alias John Wilkinson, Greenwich Pensioner boatswain's mate of the 'Agamemnon'

Frederick Cruikshank

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John Adams, alias John Wilkinson, Greenwich Pensioner boatswain's mate of the 'Agamemnon' by Frederick Cruikshank zoom

John Adams, alias John Wilkinson, Greenwich Pensioner boatswain's mate of the 'Agamemnon'

This is one of two versions of this portrait of the former boatswain's mate (1793-96) of Nelson's 'Agamemnon', the other larger watercolour (Greenwich Hospital Collection) being PAH3992. That shows the full figure and the sitter with a rather defeated expression. The sharper truculence here perhaps more accurately reflects his unwillingness to sit for Cruikshank at which the artist's related letter (see below) seems to hint.
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Original size: 239 mm x 186 mm

  • Image reference: PW6223

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