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Sir George Cockburn, G.C.B., rear admiral of the Red & one of his Majesty's lords of the admiralty / painted by I.J. Halls, Esqr. ; engraved by C. Turner.

Sir George Cockburn, G.C.B., rear admiral of the Red & one of his Majesty's lords of the admiralty / painted by I.J. Halls, Esqr. ; engraved by C. Turner.

 
 
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Print shows Sir George Cockburn, full-length portrait, standing, facing slightly right, with sword in right hand, with the burning of Washington, D.C. in the background.
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At head of title: To the Earl St. Vincent this portrait of ....
Caption continues: is with permission dedicated by his Lordship's most obed't humble serv't C. Turner.
The original painting by John James Halls (1817) is now in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, England.
Exhibited: "Temple of Liberty" at the Library of Congress, Washington, D.C., 1995.

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Date

01/01/1819
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Contributors

Turner, Charles, 1774-1857, engraver
Halls, J. J. (John James), 1776-1834, artist
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Location

Washington, District of Columbia, United States38.90719, -77.03687
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Source

Library of Congress
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