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Title Portrait of James Cook (1728-1779)
Deutsch: 1776: James Cook
English: Official portrait of Captain James Cook
Suomi: Kapteeni James Cookin virallinen muotokuva. National Maritime Museum, Yhdistynyt kuningaskunta.
Français : James Cook par Nathaniel Dance.
Italiano: Ritratto di James Cook
日本語: クックの公式肖像画 海軍博物館(ロンドン)所蔵
Nederlands: James Cook na zijn terugkeer van zijn tweede expeditie in de Stille Zuidzee (Nathaniel Dance, ca. 1775).
Polski: Kapitan James Cook
Català: Retrat de l'explorador britànic James Cook, realitzat per Nathaniel Dance, c. 1775, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
Lietuvių: Džeimso Kuko portretas
中文: 庫克船長畫像。現存於英國海事博物館。
Русский: Портрет Дж. Кука, 25 май 1776 года. Художник Натаниэл Дэнс
Gagana Samoa: Ata o James Cook, 25 Me, 1776. (le tusiata o Nathaniel Dance)
Česky: Kapitán James Cook, 25. května 1776. (oficiální portrét)
Date circa 1775
Medium oil
Source/Photographer from the National Maritime Museum, United Kingdom
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Public domain because of age


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