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Male figure in military uniform
This appears to be a drawing of an military officer in a plain greenish greatcoat, with a cane and in riding boots. Since it is associated with two other drawings of apparently Russian and other European soldiers (PAJ2045 and PAJ2047) it may also show a non-British figure, though the practice of carrying both a cane and a sword was an English fashion. 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: 128 mm x 81 mm
- Image reference: PT2046
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London