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Portrait of a Greenwich Pensioner
Portrait of a Greenwich Pensioner, ca.1832'. Currently framed together with BHC2741 and BHC3099. A study for Burnet's painting of Greenwich Pensioner's celebrating the Battle of Trafalgar, exhibited at the British Institution an 1837 and now in Apsley House. The Museum has a watercolour copy by S. P. Denning, and prints.
- Image reference: BHC3148
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London