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Captain John Clayton Cowell (1762-1819) Featured William Beechey Print

Captain John Clayton Cowell (1762-1819)

Captain John Clayton Cowell (1762-1819), 1st Battalion, 1st (or the Royal) Regiment of Foot, 1796 (c).Oil on canvas attributed to Sir William Beechey (1753-1839), 1796 (c).Full-length, in a red jacket with dark blue facings and gold lace, reaching for his sword, in ?classical? interior with guardsman behind.Cowell was commissioned into the 99th Regiment of Foot in 1783. He was placed on half pay following its disbandment in 1784 and then exchanged into the 1st (or the Royal) Regiment of Foot in 1787. In 1801, with the rank of lieutenant-colonel, he commanded four companies of the regiment at the capture of the Danish-held West Indian Island of St Thomas. He retired from the Army in 1802. Date: circa 1796

© The National Army Museum / Mary Evans Picture Library

A Child of Paul Sandby, by Sir William Beechey Featured William Beechey Print

A Child of Paul Sandby, by Sir William Beechey

A baby girl wearing a white bonnet and dress lies propped against a white pillow in the bottom left side of the picture. She is partially covered by a white sheet edged with gold tasselling. 9.5 in x 7.75 in, oil on canvas

© Nottingham City Museums and Galleries

Queen Victoria at three yeard old Featured William Beechey Print

Queen Victoria at three yeard old

Queen Victoria at three yeard old with her mother Victoria Maria Louisa, Princess Regent of Leinigen, wife of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathern, after portraits by Sir William Beechey, c. 1822. QV: Monarch of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 20 June 1837 until her death. From 1 May 1876, she used the additional title of Empress of India. 24 May 1819 22 January 1901

© Lebrecht