Product images of Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua Rowley (1734-1790)
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Vice-Admiral Sir Joshua Rowley (1734-1790)
A half-length portrait to left in vice-admiral's undress uniform, 1787-1795 and a white tie wig. He fought as a flag officer at the first two actions between the British under Rodney and the French under de Guichen, in the West Indies in 1780, but shortly afterwards became Commander-in-Chief at Jamaica.
- Image reference: BHC2985
- National Maritime Museum