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Portrait of Greenwich Pensioner, seated with clay pipe and tankard
A Greenwich Pensioner, wearing a cocked hat and apparently with Hospital Boatswain's lace on his cuff, seated by a tavern table to the viewer's right, with a panelled background behind. He holds a clay pipe in his right hand and his left rests on his stick. A pewter ale mug is on the table beside him and a circular object is below on the wooden floor, possibly a fallen bowl or tobacco box.
Original size: 160 mm x 120 mm
- Image reference: PY3309
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London