Portrait of Joseph Huddart (1741-1816) by Anonymous

Portrait of Joseph Huddart (1741-1816)


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Portrait of Joseph Huddart (1741-1816)


Half length seated portrait of Huddart, his body turned to the viewer's right, wearing a single breasted coat with a double row of buttons. Inscribed: "CAPTN. JOSEPH HUDDART, F.R.S. Aetat. Suae. 61. From a Picture by Iohn Hoppner Esqr., R,A, in the possession of Charles Hampden Turner Esqr." The print appeared as the frontispiece to Memoir of the late Captain Joseph Huddart, FRS &c. by Joseph Huddart [the younger] (London, printed by W.Phillips, 1821). Joseph Huddart was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1791.

Original: lithograph. 1821

  • Image ref: RS-1944
  • The Royal Society

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