Sir William Beechey (1753-1839)

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Hebe Feeding Jupiter’s Eagle


The Dashwood Children


The Oddie Children

Sir William Beechey was an 18th and early 19th century British portrait and history painter. Beechey was originally trained as an attorney, and was eventually appointed court portraitist by King George III’s consort, Queen Charlotte.


Marcia Fox

Beechey was knighted in 1798, and today some of his best known works are housed in the Louvre.


Portrait of Rear-Admiral Sir John Jervis


Portrait of Horatio Viscount Nelson


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