Portrait of Abraham Hill (1630-1732) John Hayls
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Portrait of Abraham Hill (1630-1732)
Head and shoulders portrait of Abraham Hill regarding the viewer over his right shoulder. Hill has shoulder-length natural brown hair and wears a dark robe with a white square collar visible at the neck. Abraham Hill was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1660, he was a founder of the Society.
Original: oil on canvas, 750x637mm. 17th century
- Image reference: RS-9738
- The Royal Society
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