Three-quarter length portrait of Sir Isaac Newton, seated, wearing a wig and dressed in a rust-brown coat over a black waistcoat, with a white neck-cloth and white shirt cuffs visible. Newton's right index figure points to a table top upon which is a chronometer or watch with a black ribbon on which is a seal and key. An ink well is placed on the table. Isaac Newton was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1672, he served as its President from 1703 to 1727.
Original: oil on canvas, 1257x1016mm. 1717
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