British Uniforms

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BRITISH UNIFORMS, (artist unknown). Help eliminate poor pinning! If you know the artist and can supply a link, please update this pin. Thank you!

BRITISH UNIFORMS, (artist unknown). Help eliminate poor pinning! If you know the artist and can supply a link, please update this pin. Thank you!

Anglo-Zulu War - 1879 - Virtual Museum of Historical Miniatures

Work of Alfonso Desiderio Scale: 54 mm

Battle of Fontenoy - "Gentlemen of France, perhaps you would care to fire first?"

Battle of Fontenoy

The Battle of Fontenoy 1745 War of the Austrian Succession or King George’s War 30th April 1745 in the South West of Belgium. The battle on 30th April 1745 that gave the British and Hanoverian infantry a reputation for dogged bravery

British grenadier mitres 001

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British grenadier mitres 003

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David Morier (1705?-70) - Grenadiers, 31st, 32nd and 33rd Regimants of Foot, 1751

Morier was a Swiss military and sporting painter who started working for William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-65) in 1747, when he painted a series of pictures of troops under his command. From 1752 until 1764 he was employed as ‘limner’ (painter) to the Duke on an annual salary of £100; his name also appears regularly in royal accounts from 1764 to 1767. Three soldiers, full-length, at a cottage door; one of them, chucking a young woman under the chin, is watched by a second seated…

David Morier (1705?-70) - Grenadiers, Grenadier Regiment, Foot Guards and Regiment König.

Morier was a Swiss military and sporting painter who started working for William Augustus, Duke of Cumberland (1721-65) in 1747, when he painted a series of pictures of troops under his command. From 1752 until 1764 he was employed as ‘limner’ (painter) to the Duke on an annual salary of £100; his name also appears regularly in Royal accounts from 1764 to 1767. Three Grenadiers at full length standing in a line in a low, extensive landscape, with a fortified town in the distance on the left…