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Sir John Moore

(1761-1809), Lieutenant-General; victor of Corunna

Sitter in 11 portraits
Lieutenant-General. Commander during the early stages of the Peninsular War, 1808, he was cut off from Portugal by the French and obliged to make a forced march to the coast at Corunna to embark his troops; there he was killed in repulsing the French.

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Sir John Moore, by Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG 1128

Sir John Moore

by Sir Thomas Lawrence
oil on canvas, circa 1800-1804
NPG 1128

The Death of Gen: Sir Ralph Abercrombie, by Giovanni Vendramini, printed by  J. Matthews, published by  John Peter Thompson, after  Sir Robert Ker Porter - NPG D13764

The Death of Gen: Sir Ralph Abercrombie

by Giovanni Vendramini, printed by J. Matthews, published by John Peter Thompson, after Sir Robert Ker Porter
stipple engraving, published 4 June 1804
NPG D13764

Descriptive Sketch of the Print of the Death of Gen: Sir Ralph Abercrombie, published by John Peter Thompson, after  Sir Robert Ker Porter - NPG D13765

Descriptive Sketch of the Print of the Death of Gen: Sir Ralph Abercrombie

published by John Peter Thompson, after Sir Robert Ker Porter
etching, published 1804
NPG D13765

Key to The Death of Sir Ralph Abercromby, after Thomas Stothard - NPG D7544

Key to The Death of Sir Ralph Abercromby

after Thomas Stothard
etching, 1805 or after
NPG D7544

The British Army in Egypt, by Anthony Cardon, after  Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg - NPG D1368

The British Army in Egypt

by Anthony Cardon, after Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg
stipple engraving, published 1806
NPG D1368

Sir John Moore, by Charles Turner, published by  Colnaghi & Co, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D38937

Sir John Moore

by Charles Turner, published by Colnaghi & Co, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 14 April 1809 (circa 1805)
NPG D38937

Sir John Moore, by Charles Turner, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D5704

Sir John Moore

by Charles Turner, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 1809 (circa 1805)
NPG D5704

Sir John Moore, after Unknown artist - NPG D17852

Sir John Moore

after Unknown artist
coloured etching, published 1815
NPG D17852

Sir John Moore, after Unknown artist - NPG D17853

Sir John Moore

after Unknown artist
coloured etching, published 1815
NPG D17853

The Death of General Sir Ralph Abercromby, K.B., by Francis Legat, after  Thomas Stothard - NPG D11101

The Death of General Sir Ralph Abercromby, K.B.

by Francis Legat, after Thomas Stothard
line engraving, published 1805 (reissued 1828)
NPG D11101

Sir John Moore, by William Oakley Burgess, published by  Henry Graves & Co, after  Sir Thomas Lawrence - NPG D38936

Sir John Moore

by William Oakley Burgess, published by Henry Graves & Co, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
mezzotint, published 20 December 1844 (circa 1805)
NPG D38936

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