Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker (1714-1782) by George Romney

Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker (1714-1782)

George Romney

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Vice-Admiral Sir Hyde Parker (1714-1782)

George Romney

A three-quarter-length portrait to right wearing vice-admiral's undress uniform 1783-1787 and a tie wig. His right hand is on his sword, which is not buckled on, and his left is extended towards the action in the background, which on the left shows the smoke of the Battle of the Dogger Bank, 1781, with Parker's vice-admiral's flag just discernible, while on the left is the sunken 'Hollandia','64 guns, with his son's frigate the 'Latona', '38 guns, standing by the wreck.
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  • Image ref: BHC2931
  • National Maritime Museum

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