Product images of William Locker, 1731-1800, Lieutenant-Governor of Greenwich Hospital, 1793-1800
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William Locker, 1731-1800, Lieutenant-Governor of Greenwich Hospital, 1793-1800
A print from Abbott's oil portrait, BHC2845. Locker holds his quizzing stick, and a commodore's broad pendant appears to be flying from a ship's mast in the left background. Commodore was the highest rank in which he served before being appointed Lieutenant-Governor of Greenwich Hospital in 1793. PAF9347, PAH3803 and PAI8404 are other copies.
Lemuel Francis Abbott
Original size: Sheet: 430 x 330 mm
- Image reference: PW3488
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London