Product images of Joseph Miller, a Greenwich Pensioner
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Joseph Miller, a Greenwich Pensioner
A head-and-shoulders portrait study of an elderly man in a woollen or cloth cap, wearing a jacket, waistcoat and stock. This is one of a series of nine head-and-shoulders portraits of Pensioners at the Royal Hospital for Seamen at Greenwich, all wearing typical pensioners' dress. These former naval seamen were painted by Burnet as studies for his picture of 'Greenwich Pensioners Commemorating the Anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar'.
- Image reference: BHC3092
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London