Traditional maritime paintings
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subsidiary of Cranston Fine Arts. Each maritime canvas comes with a
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A Man of War off the Dutch Coast by Emmanuel Costa (GL)
Item Code : GIJL6311
A Man of War off the Dutch Coast by Emmanuel Costa (GL) - Editions Available
HMS Britannia and Other Shipping in Calm Waters by John Ward (GL)
Royal Naval Man of War HMS Britannia, First Rate Ship of the Line with 100 guns ordered 25th April 1751 and built at Portsmouth dockyard, launched 19th October 1762. Renamed in 1810 as HMS Princess Royal in 1812 renamed HMS St George and in 1819 again changed to HMS Barfleur and finally broken up in 1825.
Item Code : GISD5665
HMS Britannia and Other Shipping in Calm Waters by John Ward (GL) - Editions Available
First daylight on the 21st October, saw the Royal Navy fleets together at a distance of about 12 miles. The day looked fine, a heavy swell from the west gave warning of an approaching storm. As dawn broke HMS Victory, Nelsons flagship and the rest of the fleet could be found in a shapeless huddle, which soon resolved itself into two divisions. Thus the two fleets prepared themselves for the coming battle which commenced just before noon.
Item Code : DHM1071
Trafalgar Dawn by Graeme Lothian. - Editions Available
The First Battle of Finnisterre, 3rd May 1747 by Richard Paton (GL)
The Royal Navy aimed to block communications between France and its American colonies. On May 3rd 1747, a British fleet of 14 warships intercepted a French convoy off Cape Finnisterre. The French ships were protected by eight ships of the line, the British fleet under Admiral George Anson attacked the French. Many of the merchant ships escaped, but Admiral Anson pursued the French ships of the line commanded by Admiral La Jonquiere. A series of running fights ended with all French warships sunk or captured.
Item Code : GIJL3319
The First Battle of Finnisterre, 3rd May 1747 by Richard Paton (GL) - Editions Available