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Portrait of a naval lieutenant
A three-quarter-length portrait to right in lieutenant's undress uniform, 1748-1767, with a gold-laced hat. The sitter wears his own hair and has a telescope in his right hand and crooked in his arm. He stands against a background of rock and foliage and in the right distance is a two-decker. The portrait was probably painted at Port Mahon in 1749, where Reynolds painted portraits of the British garrison.
Sir Joshua Reynolds
- Image reference: BHC3114
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London