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Maker(s):Bakewell, Thomas (print seller); Bockman, Gerhard (after mezzotinter, painter)
Culture:English (1670-1764; fl.); Dutch (1686-1773)
Title:Prince William, Duke of Cumberland
Date Made:circa 1747
Materials:glass, wood, paint, gilding
Place Made:United Kingdom; England; London
Measurements:framed: 14 1/4 x 18 3/4 in.; 36.195 x 47.625 cm
Accession Number:  HD 55.045
Museum Collection:  Historic Deerfield

Reverse painting on glass image of Prince William, Duke of Cumberland as duke. Half length with wig, tricorn hat, plain coat with Garter star on left breast and sash over right shoulder. Left hand on hip and right hand holding baton. With scene of fort and billowing battle clouds in background. Prince William (1721-1765), a younger son of George II (1783-1760) of Great Britain and Caroline (1683-1737) of Ansbach, and Duke of Cumberland from 1726. He is generally best remembered for his role in putting down the Jacobite Rising at the Battle of Culloden in 1746, and as such is also known as "Butcher" Cumberland. The gilt slip and molded, ebonized frame has a printed paper label on the reverse: 'Sold by Tho. Bakewell Map and Printseller against Birchin Lane in Cornhill LONDON." This image of the Duke of Cumberland is after a painting and mezzotint by Gerhard Bockman (1686-1773).

portraits; military; royalty

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