Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales (1707-1751), Son of George II; father of George III
Sitter associated with 35 portraits
The eldest son of George II and father of George III, he first came to England in 1728. On notoriously bad terms with his parents, he died in 1751 before he could succeed to the throne leaving his son to be crowned George III in 1760. A considerable patron of both painting and music.
by Bartholomew Dandridge
oil on canvas, circa 1732
On display in Room 11 at the National Portrait Gallery
by John Faber Jr, after Bartholomew Dandridge
by Johann Sebastian Müller, after Samuel Wale
line engraving, circa 1748
On display at Niedersächsisches Landesmuseum Hannover, Hannover, Germany in the exhibition 'The Hanoverians on Britain's Throne'
'Frederick, Prince of Wales, and the Princesses, his sisters' (Anne, Princess Royal and Princess of Orange; Princess Caroline Elizabeth; Frederick Lewis, Prince of Wales; Princess Amelia Sophia Eleanora)
by John Cook, published by Richard Bentley, after Thomas Charles Wageman, after Philip Mercier
line engraving, published 1843 (1733?)
published by John Bowles, published by Thomas Bowles Jr
mezzotint, circa 1740-1780