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Lord Rodney Breaking the French Line off Dominica, 12 April 1782

Photo credit: City of London Corporation

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Guildhall Art Gallery

London


Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 119 x W 178 cm

Accession number

66

Acquisition method

presented by Alderman John Boydell, 1793

Work type

Painting


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