Portraits of the Officers and Men who were preserv'd from the Wreck of the Centaur
This is a hand-coloured print. It was painted for Henry Noel, sixth earl of Gainsborough, which Northcote acknowledged as 'the grandest and most original thing I ever did'. The success of this painting helped launch Northcote's career as a history painter, which began in earnest in 1786. The original painting was hung at the Royal Academy in Somerset House in 1784. Object number: PAH7390Artist: James Northcote (artist); Thomas Gaugain (engraver); T. Philipe (publisher)Date: 1796Original size: 517 mm x 625 mm
- Image reference: PY7390
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London
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