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A Man-of-War Flying the Royal Standard, and Other Ships of the Fleet

Photo credit: National Maritime Museum

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A fleet of English men-of-war is shown with other shipping. The ship on the far left flies the Royal Standard of Queen Anne, after the Act of Union with Scotland in 1707. It is not clear if the painting relates to a specific event as there are no other indications present. The two ships in the centre of the painting show a large number of figures on their decks, who resemble dignitaries rather than sailors.

National Maritime Museum

London

  • Date

    early 18th C

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    85.1 x 146.1 cm

  • Accession number

    BHC0936

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National Maritime Museum

Romney Road Greenwich, London, Greater London SE10 9NF England

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