Chinnery made a reputation in London as a miniaturist before proceeding in 1802 to India, and thence to Thailand, Cochin China, and China.
Portrait of officer in the Battalion Company, 13th Bombay Native Infantry by George Chinnery, c. 1825
© National Army Museum
- Oil on canvas
- 26 x 21 cm
- Art Fund grant:
- £50 ( Total: £100)
- Acquired in:
- Spink & Son
Apart from one brief visit to England he spent the rest of his life in the East and died in Macao, where he had resided for many years.
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