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The arrival of Princess Charlotte at Harwich, September 1761
This watercolour suggests that Serres was present at Harwich in September 1761 to witness the arrival from Germany of Princess Charlotte on board the 'Royal Charlotte', prior to her marriage to George III. The squadron, commanded by Lord Anson, is visible in the background, with the 'Royal Charlotte' off Landguard Fort.
Dominic Serres, the Elder
Original size: 428 mm x 610 mm
- Image reference: PY8396
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London