Portrait of Joseph Williamson (1633-1701) Godfrey Kneller
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Portrait of Joseph Williamson (1633-1701)
Three-quarter length portrait of Sir Joseph Williamson leaning with his right arm against an architectural pillar, the upper portions swathed in a brown hanging. Williamson's left hand is held at his hip. He wears a shoulder-length brown wig and a brown coat, embroidered in gold and silver, with a white shirt and lace neck-cravat. Over this, a green velvet cloak worn across the body and held at the shoulder by a jewelled clasp. Joseph Williamson was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1663, he served as its President from 1677 to 1680.
Original: oil on canvas, 1274x1031mm. ca. 1684
- Image reference: RS-9753
- The Royal Society
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