Sir Richard Onslow (1741–1817), Bt

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Large painting of Onslow as Vice-Admiral, after the victory of Camperdown against the Dutch, 1797. The inscription REINTZES refers to the flag of Vice-Admiral Reintzes being held up for him as he stands on the deck of HMS 'Monarch'. Under Admiral Duncan he defeated Rear-Admiral Hermanus Reyntjies of Monnikendam and the capture of his flagship, the 'Jupiter' at the Battle of Camperdown.

Guildford Guildhall



Sir Richard Onslow (1741–1817), Bt


exhibited 1798


oil on canvas


H 231.1 x W 142.2 cm

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