Product images of Reverend Edmund Nelson (1693-1747)
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Reverend Edmund Nelson (1693-1747)
A half-length portrait to left in a black gown and white clerical bands. He wears a grey full-bottomed wig and looks directly out of the picture space to meet the gaze of the viewer. The sitter was the rector of Hillborough and the grandfather of Lord Nelson (see BHC2882).
- Image reference: BHC2880
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London