Product images of Napoleon Bonaparte on board the 'Bellerophon' in Plymouth Sound
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Napoleon Bonaparte on board the 'Bellerophon' in Plymouth Sound
A full-length portrait slightly facing left, of Napoleon in the uniform of the Chasseurs. He stands at the gangway of the 'Bellerophon', 74 guns, his right elbow leaning on the bulwarks. In 1815, Napoleon surrendered to Captain Frederick Maitland of the 'Bellerophon' which brought him to England and he was detained on board in Plymouth Sound during July while his fate was decided.
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake
- Image reference: BHC2876
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London