HMS Ambuscade

Made:
1775 in United Kingdom
artist:
Joseph Marshall
maker:
Joseph Williams

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Painting. [Model of HMS] AMBUSCADE, / 5th Rate 32 Guns. [Stern view]. / [bl] Iosh. Williams, D. ; [br] Josh, Marshall, P. / 1775. - 1775. - Oil on panel, 50x72cm in gilt frame, 67.5x90x7cm. - Perspective painting at 45 degree angle from Navy Board original plans. - Commissioned in 1773 by King George III as part of a series of paired bow and stern paintings of British warship models, one example of each class of ship in the naval establishment. Ship designed by Sir John Williams; built Adams & Co. Deptford, river Thames; launched 17 September 1773; 32 guns 5th Rate; taken by the Bayonnaise 14 December 1798; broken up 1813

Details

Category:
Art
Object Number:
1864-6/2
Measurements:
frame: 675 x 900 x 70 mm
image: 500 mm x 720 mm
type:
oil painting
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • oil painting - visual work
credit:
Gift of Her Majesty Queen Victoria
status:
Permanent collection

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