|Title||Profile portrait of Sir Isaac Newton, by William Hoare (1707?-1792)|
|Description||Medallion-style profile portrait of Newton, with short, classically-curled hair, facing the viewer's right. The outer circle of is made of an ouroborus [a snake holding its tail in its mouth]. Behind the bust of Newton is a falling comet. Below, the text "Effigies Isaaci Newton Philosoph: Principis." Inscribed "Hoare ft. aqua forti".|
Keynes, LVII-1. After Hoare's own drawing Keynes, XVII-1.
|Physical description||Etching, on paper |
|Copyright||The Royal Society|
|Administrative history||Collected by Charles Turnor|
Fellows associated with this archive
|NA2870||Turnor; Charles (1768 - 1853)||1768 - 1853|