Prince George

British, Battersea, London

Not on view

The young Prince George (later George III, 1738–1820) became heir apparent on the death of his father, Frederick, Prince of Wales, in 1751. This portrait is from a print dated 1751 by Simon-François Ravenet (1748–1814) based on a painting by Richard Wilson (1714–1782) of 1749.

Prince George, Enamel on copper, transfer printed, British, Battersea, London

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