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Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport (1726-1814), Admiral

Sitter in 12 portraits
Admiral; second-in-command to Lord Howe at 'The Glorious First of June', 1794, one of the earliest naval victories in the war against France. He was Commander-in-Chief of the Channel Fleet, blockading Brest almost continuously, 1797-1800. The younger brother of Admiral Lord Hood.

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745

The House of Commons 1793-94

by Karl Anton Hickel
oil on canvas, 1793-1795
NPG 745

138

Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport

by Lemuel Francis Abbott
oil on canvas, 1795
NPG 138

D12381

'State-jugglers'

by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores
hand-coloured etching, published 16 May 1788
NPG D12381

D12661

John Bull taking a luncheon: - or - British cooks, cramming old grumble-gizzard, with bonne-chére

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 24 October 1798
NPG D12661

D20435

Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport

published by George Thompson, published by John Evans
mezzotint, published 10 October 1798
NPG D20435

D17016

'Commemoration of the victory of June 1st 1794'

by Francesco Bartolozzi, and John George Landseer, and Thomas Ryder, and James Stow, published by Robert Bowyer, after Robert Smirke
line engraving, published 1802
NPG D17016

D12882

'The high-flying-candidate, (i.e. little Paul-goose,) mounting from a blanket'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 11 November 1806
NPG D12882

D12883

'View of the hustings in Covent Garden'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey, and published by J. Budd, and published by Richard Bagshaw
hand-coloured etching and aquatint, published 15 December 1806
NPG D12883

D13113

'Posting to the election, - a scene on the road to Brentford, Novr 1806'

by James Gillray, published by Hannah Humphrey
hand-coloured etching, published 1 December 1806
NPG D13113

D812

Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport

by John Richardson Jackson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1867
NPG D812

D813

Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport

by John Richardson Jackson, after Sir Joshua Reynolds
mezzotint, published 1867
NPG D813

D15177

'Commemoration of the victory of June 1st 1794'

by Francesco Bartolozzi, and John George Landseer, and Thomas Ryder, and James Stow, published by Robert Bowyer, after Robert Smirke
line engraving, published 1802
NPG D15177

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