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Image: Mortimer - Captain James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks, Lord Sandwich, Dr Daniel Solander and Dr John Hawkesworth
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Description: Captain James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks, Lord Sandwich, Dr Daniel Solander and Dr John Hawkesworth. Oil on canvas, 120 x 166 cm. By John Hamilton Mortimer. (Title devised by cataloguer). The people portrayed are, from left to right, Dr Daniel Solander, Sir Joseph Banks, Captain James Cook, Dr John Hawkesworth, and John Montagu, 4th Earl of Sandwich.
Title: Mortimer - Captain James Cook, Sir Joseph Banks, Lord Sandwich, Dr Daniel Solander and Dr John Hawkesworth
Credit: National Library of Australia (NLA) digital collections: http://nla.gov.au/nla.pic-an7351768 In publishing this image on their website, the NLA request that users cite the artist, title, the National Library of Australia as the custodian of the original work and their catalogue reference number. Readers of Wikipedia will see there is an "imagemap" for this picture which links the people in the painting to their respective biographies in Wikipedia.
Author: John Hamilton Mortimer (1740-1779). Previously attributed to Johann Zoffany (1733-1810); a plaque on reverse of frame gives the date 1771.
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