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Viewing: Spry, Sir Richard 1715-1775

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BIOG. (Spry, Richard) - Book

Life story of Cornish sea officer Richard Spry

Image of C08.508 - Sir Richard Spry

C08.508 - Sir Richard Spry

Three-quarter length painting of man wearing blue coat trimmed with gold, red waistcoat, white ruffled shirt; pointing with right hand to a naval battle scene; brown hair, holds sword hilt with left hand; unsigned.

Image of PS0676a - Small Photograph Collections

PS0676a - Small Photograph Collections

RICHARD SPRY painting, negative. Sir Richard Spry KCB promoted to fleet captain for services before Louisberg. Was made Rear Admiral of the Red Squadron of the Royal Navy in 1775 Died in Cornwell En gland 1775

Image of PS0745 - Small Photograph Collections

PS0745 - Small Photograph Collections

Painting of Sir Richard Spry, K.C.B. Promoted Fleet Captain for services before Louisbourg 1745. Made Rear Admiral of the Red Squadron, Royal Navy, 1775. Died in Cornwall, England, 1775. Photograph taken before restoration. Two copies.

Image of PS1544 - Small Photograph Collections

PS1544 - Small Photograph Collections

Photograph of a painting of Sir Richard Spry.

PS1561 - Small Photograph Collections

Black and white negative plus color transparencies of a painting of Richard Spry, taken March, 1995.

Image of PS2768_01 - Sir Richard Spry

PS2768_01 - Sir Richard Spry

Sir Richard Spry (1715-1775) by John Smibert. At the Portsmouth Athenaeum, Market Square, Portsmouth, NH. The photograph of the painting, taken in 1924, is #1189 from the Frick Art Reference Library, New York.