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Product images of Commodore Curtis Barnett (1696-1746)
Product details Commodore Curtis Barnett (1696-1746)
Commodore Curtis Barnett (1696-1746)
A three-quarter-length portrait, to right, in a blue coat. Wearing a waistcoat frogged with gold and a white dress wig, the sitter holds a telescope in his left hand. A private two-decker is in the background to the right. In 1742, he was in the Mediterranean, and in 1744, was Commodore of a squadron to the East Indies. In 1745, he arrived in India to drive the rival French shipping away. He died in 1746, during this service.
- Image ref: BHC2531
- National Maritime Museum