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Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

(1748-1810), Admiral

Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry

Sitter in 13 portraits
Admiral. Second-in-command at Trafalgar but he lost many of the prizes through neglecting Nelson's last order. He blockaded Cadiz 1797-8, Brest 1799-1805 and Toulon 1808-10; he died at sea.

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Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Howard, after a painting by  Giuseppe Politi - NPG 1496

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Howard, after a painting by Giuseppe Politi
oil on canvas, 1828, based on a work of 1807
NPG 1496

'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 - NPG 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

'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 - NPG 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

Commemoration of the 14th February 1797, by William Henry Worthington, and by  James Parker, published by  Robert Bowyer, after  Robert Smirke - NPG D17017

Commemoration of the 14th February 1797

by William Henry Worthington, and by James Parker, published by Robert Bowyer, after Robert Smirke
line engraving, published 1803
NPG D17017

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Richard Cook, after  Robert Bowyer - NPG D2095

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Richard Cook, after Robert Bowyer
stipple engraving, published 1806
NPG D2095

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Richard Cook, after  Robert Bowyer - NPG D2096

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Richard Cook, after Robert Bowyer
stipple engraving, published 1806
NPG D2096

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Bone, after  Giuseppe Politi - NPG D17365

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Bone, after Giuseppe Politi
pen and ink drawing squared in ink for transfer, (1807)
NPG D17365

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Henry Bone, after  Giuseppe Politi - NPG D17670

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Henry Bone, after Giuseppe Politi
pencil drawing squared in ink for transfer, 1811 (1807)
NPG D17670

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Charles Turner, after  Unknown artist - NPG D1506

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Charles Turner, after Unknown artist
mezzotint, published 1823
NPG D1506

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Samuel Cousins, after  Frank Howard - NPG D1507

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Samuel Cousins, after Frank Howard
mezzotint, 1827
NPG D1507

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by Samuel Cousins, after  Frank Howard - NPG D1508

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by Samuel Cousins, after Frank Howard
mezzotint, 1827
NPG D1508

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood, by William Greatbach, published by  Richard Bentley, after  William Say - NPG D13845

Cuthbert Collingwood, Baron Collingwood

by William Greatbach, published by Richard Bentley, after William Say
stipple engraving, published 1836
NPG D13845

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