Ferdinand hereditary Prince of Brunswick Wolfenbuttle

Method Mezzotint
Artist After De Morgens
Published London, Printed for John Ryall, at Hogarth's Head in Fleet Street, c.1756
Dimensions Image 290 x 247 mm, Sheet 345 x 250 mm
Notes A three-quarter length portrait of Ferdinand, Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg (1721-1792), Field Marshal of the Prussian Army, Victor of the battles of Brunswick, Minden, Vellinghausen, Wilhelmsthal and Warburg. Ferdinand is depicted turned slightly to the right, looking around towards the viewer. He is holding a baton out in his right hand, whilst his left hand is tucked into his jacket which has a richly embroidered trim and broad cuffs. A sash is hanging diagonally from his left shoulder with star fastening at his hip. His tricorn hat is highly decorated, with a brocade and fur edging. A cavalry battle can be seen in the background to the right.

Chaloner Smith 31 ii

Condition: Missing bottom left corner, trimmed to image, minor tears to lower margin, small water stain to lower left side of image.
Framing unmounted
Price £100.00
Stock ID 46204