Admiral Sir John Berry

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Illustration

Ibolya Horvath
by Philip Mould Ltd.
published on 11 January 2023

Portrait of Admiral Sir John Berry, oil on canvas, Michael Dahl, c. 1689, painted a few years after the sinking of the Gloucester, by which time Sir John Berry had been made vice admiral of the red squadron. The ship in the background flying the red ensign is his flagship, probably the Henrietta.

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