Portrait of Richard Price (1723-1791) Benjamin West
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Portrait of Richard Price (1723-1791)
A three-quarter length seated portrait of the dissenter. Price wears a high-collared black coat and wig. His left arm leans against a table on which there is a copy of the Analogy of religion by Joseph Butler (1692-1752). He holds a sheet of paper, with a pair of spectacles in his right hand. The background bookcase volumes are not identifiable. Richard Price was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1765.
Original: oil on canvas, 925x725mm. 1788
- Image reference: RS-9279
- The Royal Society
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