Portrait of John Dollond (1706-1761) William Frederick Witherington
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Portrait of John Dollond (1706-1761)
Half-length portrait of John Dollond, seated at a table, wearing a brown coat, white shirt and cravat. On the table is a volume with "Opticks" [presumably denoting Sir Isaac Newton's work] written on the top edge, and a small brass-boxed lens resting on top of the volume. Dollond holds a similar, smaller lens in his left hand. John Dollond was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1761.
Original: oil on panel, 282x215mm. 19th century
- Image reference: RS-9705
- The Royal Society
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