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Print - His Late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Third
  • His Late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Third
    Unknown Cooper, R.
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His Late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Third

  • Object:

    Print

  • Place of origin:

    London (published)

  • Date:

    March 1820 (published)

  • Artist/Maker:

    Unknown
    Cooper, R. (publisher)
    Robert Cribb & Son (publisher)

  • Materials and Techniques:

    Engraving on paper

  • Museum number:

    E.358-1890

  • Gallery location:

    Prints & Drawings Study Room, level D, case PP, shelf 15

Physical description

Half-length portrait of George III when an old man; turned to right, seated in a chair in an interior and wearing a cap and ermine trimmed robe; below is an illustration of a cup, Bible and a crucifix.

Place of Origin

London (published)

Date

March 1820 (published)

Artist/maker

Unknown
Cooper, R. (publisher)
Robert Cribb & Son (publisher)

Materials and Techniques

Engraving on paper

Marks and inscriptions

'His Late Most Excellent Majesty King George the Third. From an Original Drawing taken at the Age of 82 in the 60th year of his Reign. Published March 1829, for the Proprietors, and sold by Messrs. Cribb & Son, Holborn and R. Cooper No. 1 Edward Street, Hampstead Road.'
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Dimensions

Height: 39.1 cm, Width: 32.7 cm

Descriptive line

Print, half-length portrait of George III seated in a chair. Anonymous engraving, 1820.

Materials

Paper

Techniques

Engraving

Subjects depicted

King; Old age; Bible; Crucifix; Ermine

Categories

Royalty; Prints; Portraits

Collection

Prints, Drawings & Paintings Collection

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