Portrait of Peter Collinson (1694-1768) by J Miller

Portrait of Peter Collinson (1694-1768)

J Miller

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Portrait of Peter Collinson (1694-1768)

J Miller

Half length portrait of Collinson within a draped oval. In the foreground are (left) a book opened at the plate of a flower labelled "Collinsonia" with specimens of shells; with (right) a plant specimen and scattered volumes labelled "Nat Hist". Inscribed: "PETER COLLINSON. FRS. SAS: ACAD.REG.BEROL: et SVEC.SOC: Aeta: LXXV. J.Miller [active 1769-1825] Sculp:". Peter Collinson was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1728.

Original: engraving. 18th century

  • Image ref: RS-9531
  • The Royal Society

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