Portrait of George Manby (1765-1854) Samuel Lane
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Portrait of George Manby (1765-1854)
Manby is painted standing at three-quarter length in military uniform (Manby was Captain in the Cambridgeshire militia) holding a highly decorated [prize?] sabre. Behind, a maritime scene of a vessel in stormy seas, in reference to Manby's invention of a life saving mortar for use in shipwrecks. George Manby was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1831.
Original: oil on canvas, 1270x1016mm. ca. 1813
- Image reference: RS-9349
- The Royal Society
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