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Painted some 30 years after the event, this shows the Battle of Trafalgar at about 2.30pm in the afternoon and is a copy of Clarkson Stanfield’s very large canvas painted for the United Service Club, Pall Mall, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1836. It is an unusual interpretation of the Battle, viewed from the lee rather than the weather side of the British fleet, with sky occupying three-quarters of the picture.
oil on canvas
H 73.5 x W 120.5 cm