Portrait of Thomas Young (1773-1829) Henry Perronet Briggs
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Portrait of Thomas Young (1773-1829)
A half-length seated portrait of a greying Thomas Young, wearing a black coat and high white stock. The sitter holds spectacles or a magnifying glass in his right hand and wears spectacles hanging from a black ribbon. The background is a red cloth or draped hanging. Thomas Young was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1794.
Original: oil on canvas, 920x715mm. ca. 1822
- Image reference: RS-9351
- The Royal Society
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